Cells 2000 | Dimensions: 90cm x 120cm | Medium: Acrylic on board

Medium: Acrylic on board Description This is the final piece of the the three-piece "Scopes" series. This is my interpretation o.

CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART: stitching a purple sea garden and other dreamy thoughts

textile artist photography and mixed media - Carolyn Saxby Textile Art St Ives Cornwall

artist Elin Thomas crochets and embroiders these little art-meets-science specimens in the prettiest of palettes.

artist Elin Thomas crochets and embroiders these little art-meets-science specimens in the prettiest of palettes. Hurray for spores and fuzzy growths!

kilodot:    Karen Kamenetzky’s beautiful art quilts “inspired by microscopic/cellular imagery”.

Karen Kamenetzky, "Life Goes On IV", Artist dyed and painted cotton and silk, yarns, hand and machine stitched.

Australian Aboriginal Art Dot Paintings-look at as a source of inspiration/ideas for techniques to use.

Australian Aboriginal Art Dot Paintings These dot like patterns are used to create bigger pictures. Though the artist is unknown to me, it seems to be intricit in it's own way.

A2 Textiles Exam

Textiles Exam Would be interesting to take two fabrics and overlay them.

Bruce Riley - Psychedelic Paint and Poured Resin

ART: Psychedelic Paint and Poured Resin Artworks by Bruce Riley Bruce Riley is a Chicago based artist who drips paint into paint in an endlessly layered arrangement resulting in paintings that look.

Fiber Art, by Betty Busby. Love how the colors play with their neighbors, AND the added texture.

Fiber Art, by Betty Busby. Love how the colors play with their neighbors, AND…

Swap Meet detail 4.jpg

Leisa Rich Swap Meet detail 4 - interaction art - viewer can remove and change up any panel of choice, thereby morphing the piece into multiple configurations - interesting concept

This human T cell (in blue) is under attack by HIV (in yellow), the virus that causes AIDS. The virus specifically targets T cells, which play a critical role in the body’s immune response against invaders like bacteria and viruses. eth Pincus, Elizabeth Fischer and Austin Athman, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health

This human T cell (in blue) is under attack by HIV (in yellow), the virus that…

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