Pigment ink (fine point felt tip) on acid free drawing paper.
A very imaginary nanostructure, with little hints and allusions to surfactancy, cell membranes, and complex fluids in general. What do microstructures and nanostructures really do when we’re not looking?
The original is approximately 8 inches by 11 inches. Please consider this when ordering prints.
One of a series of paintings addressing scientific imagery as metaphorical visual information. Through a change of context, these paintings (and drawings) explore an communicate the experiential aspects of investigation and discovery. By providing an alternative abstracted depiction of worlds an ideas that cannot be directly seen, a connection is built to the everyday world of objects.
Feb 17 2011