The dichotomy of rendering microscopy images in 3 dimensions

We live in a three dimensional world, yet so many things we face every day are two dimensional representations of three dimensional objects.  From paintings and photographs to maps and architectural blueprints, the majority of human creative processes begin on a flat piece of paper.  Of course, technology has shown great progress, making way for... Continue Reading →

Drumroll please – introducing “Muted Potential” (Part I)!

Finally. Introducing my first completed project of 2021 - “Muted Potential”! While initially I was surprised that it took less than 2 months to complete the beadwork, I then took my sweet time assembling it and taking pictures. Guilty. As you may have read in some of my earlier posts, the cellular pattern is based... Continue Reading →

My art is featured in the “BLANK” virtual exhibition by Seagery Zine

Some you may have seen that in the spring of 2020, several of my works were published in "That Side of Paradise" issue of Seagery Zine. Here are a few shots from my personal copy. Well this month Katrina Vera Wong who runs the Seagery Zine outdid herself! In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic,... Continue Reading →

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