Just like pretty much all of my big art projects, this one took several months to complete. Maybe even a year if you count the brainstorming and incubation process. The idea was to take several sections (or slices) of the human brain from the Allen Brain Atlas and recreate them on slices of plexiglass out... Continue Reading →
How do you define and identify with abstract art?
My view of abstract art When I was about 10 years old, my family took a road trip to Florida. It was our first vacation in the United States and has left many fond memories. While we spent most of the days relaxing on the beach and by the pool, we also took a day... Continue Reading →
Excited to share that my work will be exhibited at a Brooklyn art gallery
From November 20, 2020 to January 9, 2021, three of my works from the "Hope" series will be exhibited at the Tomato Mouse Gallery in Brooklyn, NY. Read on to find out about the work in the "Solutions" exhibition and come by the gallery to view it in person. November 20, 2020 – January 9,... Continue Reading →
4 Small Colorful Drawings to Fill Your Holiday Stockings
I will admit, I am not the most organized person. In fact, far from it. But I have what I call selective organization. Things that matter to me stay organized. When I was a little girl, I came up with a system to organize my pencils and markers to make sure that I could quickly... Continue Reading →
The Holidays are just around the corner. Get ready with some great SciArt prints!
Did you know that in addition to original artwork I also sell art prints? These high quality prints are much more affordable than my original works and are available at the push of a button in my Print on Demand RedBubble Shop! You have enough things to worry about this year. Treat yourself or a... Continue Reading →
Long term art projects or quick wins?
A few days ago I came across this tweet. How timely! https://twitter.com/IndigenousBeads/status/1324073763101618176?s=20 I have always been a single project artist. Only a few months ago I started noticing that a lot of people that I follow on Instagram work on multiple projects at once. I started thinking that although it may interrupt the sense of... Continue Reading →