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Blue Mitosis

Artologica, Michele Banks

Neurons

Photomicrography, Shane Eaton

Apoptosis

Brush with Science, Julie Newdoll

Bunch of Surlies

Surly-Ramics Jewelry, Amy Davis Roth

Particle Dance

ArtAtomic, Kristin Henry

Blue Mitosis

Artologica, Michele Banks

Michele Banks (aka Artologica) is an artist inspired by science. Her watercolor and collage work – based on scientific themes ranging from cell division to global warming – has been shown at the NIH and AAAS and featured in publications including Scientific American and Wired. Several of her paintings have been used as cover art for numerous scientific journals and textbooks.

Tubing

BioArtography, University of Michigan

Every day at the University of Michigan, scientists from many fields work together to study organism development, function and disease. While the goal of these studies is to design new and effective ways to treat disease and provide better understanding of ourselves as well as the world around us, many are also taking the time to share the beauty of their work with others. The result is a fascinating combination of art and science at U of M called BioArtography. Proceeds from the sale of this work help support the training of our next generation of researchers.

Apoptosis

Brush with Science, Julie Newdoll

Julie Newdoll merges story with molecular biology to create paintings, artwork commissions, music, and science games. The image pictured is part of a series on the mechanism of Apoptosis as told through the story of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, called “The Arrival of the Death Message.” She will have posters, original art, music CD’s, as well as chemistry and math games available at her booth.

Bunch of Surlies

Surly-Ramics Jewelry, Amy Davis Roth

Amy Davis Roth is the creator of Surly-Ramics Jewelry. Surly-Ramics is Art You Can Wear ® inspired by science, nature and critical thinking. Each piece is hand formed and hand painted by the artist and makes the perfect gift for you or any of the smart and fashionable friends in your life. Please stop by and say hello at the event!

Neurons

Photomicrography, Shane Eaton

Shane Eaton’s artwork aims to capture the natural beauty of the nervous system. Inspired by experiments in nerve regeneration, his photographs showcase the individuality of sensory neurons and their intricate branching processes. With their innumerable variety of form, they often take on striking and evocative shapes.

Particle Dance

ArtAtomic, Kristin Henry

Kristin Henry (aka ArtAtomic) is an artist inspired by science and mathematics, especially chemistry and biology. She works with code, data, and scientific simulations to create her Generative Art. “The algorithms only take you so far. To make art, you have to add a little noise”.

Her work has been shown in galleries in the US and the UK.

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