On letting go of control and importance of perspective…

SciArt Center Art Residency Program Week 14 - originally published on 12/21/18 Continuing in the theme of balancing the structured scientific method and free play (as Darcy writes about this week), I keep struggling with letting go.  I strive for scientific accuracy, yet sometimes you need to decide what to keep and what to leave... Continue Reading →

Creating art using the STEAM method

Last weekend, I mostly finished sewing the first layer of yellow rondelle beads.  In the original microscopy image, the cell nuclei were colored bright blue, due to being labeled with Hoechst stain, which labels DNA.  In Darcy’s version of the image, she switched this color to pale yellow, which makes them look more delicate and... Continue Reading →

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