Medical Imaging (MRI/PET) Inspired Painted Tray - 12” x 16”
- Unique functional original work of art!
- Acrylic Painting on Wood Tray
- Coated with 5 coats of UV Protective Varnish for durability
- Felt feet on bottom side of tray
- Awesome one-of-a-kind home décor or the perfect gift for someone special!
With a background education in Neuroscience, anatomy and science continue to inspire my artwork. My paintings and prints merge science with art by re-presenting anatomy through stylized forms and hyper-saturated colors.
I began exploring medical imaging in my work and started to translate the visual language of MRI & PET scans into my own style of painting. The resulting paintings are colorful abstracted images that are still representative of my medical passion! The process of creating this functional painting involved first preparing the surface by sanding, sealing, and applying many coats of gesso. Then I apply several thin coats of acrylic paint to achieve flat, opaque colors. The tray was then sealed with 5 layers of varnish to protect the painting in order to make it a functional tray.
I am extremely meticulous in my paintings, which is evident from the super crisp, clean lines. I want my paintings to appear almost-digitally created even though they are done entirely by hand without tape or stencils. Color is also such a guiding force in my work, and this painting is no exception. The striking opaque colors are achieved through several coats of paint.
All paintings are little pieces of me. I am so passionate about what I do, and every piece shows this. Thank you for supporting my humble little dream and buying original art!
Length/Depth: 16 in
Width: 12 in
Height: 2.5 in
Length/Depth: 18 in
Width: 14 in
Height: 4 in
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With a background in Neuroscience, the hidden physiology of the body continues to inspire my work. My paintings merge science with art by re-presenting anatomy through stylized forms and hyper-saturated colors. These larger-than-life paintings expose the inner systems and confront viewers with what it means to be a living body within the context of our current health care system.
I maintain laboratory-like precision through a graphic, hard-edge style. The technical aspects and the process of creating these forms without the aid of tape or stencils are just as important as the content.