Celebrating wins. Hi to those new to following my account! (my names Hannah, one day ill post a photo when Im feeling fresh!) Quick behind the scenes update: I have been working very hard in my day job over the last few weeks, taking many many group fitness classes to relieve my colleague. Its been a period of classes 6 days a week for over 3 weeks, so its fair to say im looking forward to having a break from teaching. Its been a great experience thou, as I hadn't taught for 2.5 years since becoming a mum, and I feel like I have woken up my strong body again. So hallelujah health and fitness I am back ! Also, I have found a stockist for my prints which is pretty freakin awesome. I am now focusing on getting my first ten prints ready for release... This print i'm posting is from several months ago and I am considering including it in the release. I have created approximately 160 prints in the last 6 months or so, and the variety is immense(which I love). Choosing and working on the images to reach a final product stage is proving the hardest part of the experience for sure. Not sure if this print is too prissy ! haha :) Anyways, happy Tuesday. Three more classes for me to take today and then I am free !! I do love it, but too many classes is too many classes. #art#life#balance#dowhatyoulove#commitment#vision#evolution#growth#reapwhatyousow#growthmindset#artandscience#sharing#supporting#growingtogether#creativewellbeing#expression#fullness#truth#embodiment#freedom#relaxation#celebration#champagne#classicalmusic#relaxation#conversation#artforjoy#brightart#lovingart
“The reality of sports medicine is that it is still as much art as science. However, technology is turning a corner and we can accelerate the advances through investment,” @dallasmavs owner @mcuban tweeted. Cuban is calling for the @NBA and the @NBPA to “invest in research into diagnostic tools that allow for proactive analysis of tendons and ligaments.” His comments came after @warriors star forward Kevin Durant returned from a calf injury only to injure his achilles during Game 5 of the NBA Finals. What do you think? Should the league invest in this type of research?
Bacillaria paxillifer marine diatoms in motion. Bacillaria forms chains of cells held together side by side. They move in a unique way by sliding up and down along its neighbours. Diatoms play an important role in the food chains of the oceans worldwide. Bacillaria paxillifer marine Kieselalgen in Bewegung. Bacillaria bildet charakteristische Ketten, dabei bewegen sich die Einzelzellen hin und her entlang den Kanten der jeweiligen Nachbarn. Die Diatomeen bilden neben anderem photoautotrophen Planktern die Basis des Nahrungsnetzes der Ozeane weltweit.
“Organic” by Bruce Joel Rubin @brucejoelrubin, an Oscar-winning screenwriter, meditation teacher and photographer. . December 20, 2017, Los Angles, CA Inkjet Print 16x21 . “The arrival of living organisms is a miracle still impossible to contemplate. How does life merge from inorganic matter? What is the Source of all this? The inside of a trashcan may hold the secret but it’s not telling.” . What a wonderful discovery at @thelaundrysf #art#theorigin#theoriginoflife#artist#organic#loveart#artiseverywhere#artandscience
Bird in Hand: Bohemian Waxwing, 2019, and Bird in Hand: Orange-Crowned Warbler, 2019, graphite and colored pencil drawings on paper by Kristin Link, included in this month’s Birds on the Edge exhibition. A bird in hand is worth two in the bush, or so they say. I agree. As a college student, I took a class where we caught migrating birds in mist nets and banded them. Being able to hold these living creatures is one of the most magical experiences I’ve had with the natural world. It is part of what made me fall in love with science and the natural world. -Kristin Link Kristin is a science illustrator and natural history artist living outside McCarthy on the edge of the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve. Find out more about Kristin and her projects at www.kristinillustration.com Part of our #igcamembershipmonday series. For more information on IGCA membership or to become a member visit igcaalaska.org/membership @linkkristin #birds#artandscience#akartists#wrangellstelias#aos19ak#427dstreet#downtownanchorage
from @cjo_jco - On the June cover: "Deep and Quiet" — acrylic painting by Queen's University medical student and artist, Hassan Hazari. In ophthalmology, the phrase deep and quiet is commonly used to describe a healthy anterior chamber. http://bit.ly/cjo_jun2019_54-3 #ophthalmology #clinicalresearch #openaccess #casereports #visionscience #vision #canadianeyesurgeons #eyesurgeons #cjojco #canadian #medicalresidents #ophthalmologyresidents #medicalstudent #medicalart #artandscience - #regrann
What role should ethics play in genetic research and experiments? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ @alexisrockman posed this question nearly two decades ago when he painted “The Farm” (2000) as part of a series of cinematic oil paintings that invite the viewer to reflect upon the incoming future shaped by human excess and envioronmental corruption. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In “The Farm” Rockman portrays how a farm may look in the future as a result of bioengineering. This painting was also used later on, as an advertisment for a project called #dnaid by the art group @creativetime . ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #quoartis_pickoftheday #artandscience#bioengineering#farm#future#oilpainting#art#science#bioart#sciart#dna #наукаиисскуство #наукаитехника#исскуство
“The Edge Effect” at the Katonah Museum. . Curated by Akili Tommasino, Associate Curator, Museum of Fine Arts Boston and former Curatorial Assistant, MoMA, New York. _________________________________________________ Title: Crevice Materials: Reflective Glass Fabric, Dichroic Polymers and Metallic Leather. Dimensions: 36”x36”x3” Date: 2019 . June 30 - September 22 . “I see light as a material with which to create a sense of awe and wonder. Light dances on the surface, playing with the stereoscopic aspects of the viewer’s eyes, appearing to be a tangible object and taking up physical space. This effect forces the viewer to be present in the “Light is a Material” - this is a completely new way to make light visible and based on my work as a grad student in Industrial Design at Pratt Institute in 2011. I’ve been obsessed and exploring the possibles with reflective materials since 2000 after graduating from Architecture School. . . . . . . . #light#shine#glow#reflective#glass#fineart#art#artandscience#contrast#contemporaryart#mfaboston#moma#katonahmuseum#phenomenon#magic#laraknutson
Day 70/100 “Things Resurface” . Grief from a death takes its toll. For me, it’s an extremely slow, deep process. I just tend to be a slow healer. Death can bring up other things...maybe even remind you of other “deaths”. Things we thought were dealt with—thought you were over. . But, perhaps those things really were dealt with—just for a point in time? . Since we are ever-evolving in our energy (evidenced in cellular biology and physics), death moments can revisit us. I’m not talking about a haunting way. I’m thinking it could be more an unearthing to offer us a new opportunity to view a situation—to view an end, a death. Any “death”. . I found this purple in my stack of studies, today. It was buried. I think I gave up on the mixing and probably wanted to scrap it. . Strangely enough, I found it today. Interesting how it was a perfect match for my palette...actually, a power boost in my palette. I wouldn’t have chosen it today. But I took it and finished something unexpected! . An opportunity for new perspective.✨New purpose.✨ New power.⚛️ . I don’t think death ever really “dies”. It seems to come back around in a different energy—for us perhaps to see something new and beautiful in place of what we thought we buried. . “New in old, old in new” seems to be a theme visiting my consciousness these days. . . 🍊✍🏼Things resurface. Choosing to live a repurposed moment with it all today...🙏🏼✨ . . . . . . . #wip#abstractart#repurposed#artandscience#lineart#avantgarde#minimalism#saatchiart#markmaking#artoftheday#instaart#artistsoninstagram#makersgonnamake#words#writer#fineart#artlife#doitfortheprocess#interiordesign#design#architecture#artcurator#barbarahepworth#artgallery#positivepsychology#the100dayproject#100dayproject#jacquelineodellart @arch_freaks