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Art from Science by karenkamenetzky
April 2, 2013, 10:56 am
Filed under: Artwork, Inspiration, Process

cilia

Years ago I became fascinated with the shapes, patterns, texture and lines found at the microscopic level.

In images zoomed into an extreme Electron Microscopic close up, I can imagine walking in and touching these real worlds (IF I were very shrunk down myself!).

Above are images of several types of cilia-hairlike structures that undulate and move things along so to speak.

When I create a new piece, there is always implied movement-some thing is changing or about to change-even though the image is static. Incorporating cilia sometimes helps me achieve this goal.

In this piece, Seed Dreaming I, I included all those bright green cilia to try to suggest movement and an aliveness.

Seed Dreaming I

Seed Dreaming I

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Awesome photomicrographs. They look like underwater plants or creatures.
Walter

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