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Research Field Imaging, Neuroscience

Art Meets Science (The Art of Translation)

Brains and Beauty 

Elizabeth Jameson uses MRI scans as a starting point for images that capture the mystery and beauty of the brain. She says, “Reclaiming my MRIs through printmaking, color, and the elements of design disrupts the unsightliness of these digital images and allows a view of the brain that combines beauty and complexity."
Shown here is "Valentine", a coronal view of the Artist’s brain stem, cerebellum, and lateral ventricles.

Credit: Elizabeth Jameson, www.jamesonfineart.com

Self Portrait of the Artist’s Brain 2

Sagittal MRI view of the artist’s brain. A silk painting of an abstract view of the artist's brain. It contains all the emotion and chaos that a black and white brain scan cannot convey.

Credit: Elizabeth Jameson, www.jamesonfineart.com

Emerging

Coronal view of the neo-cortex. “Emerging” shows both the interior and the exterior of the brain. The bright white line of the skull in between acts as the divide between mankind and the universe beyond.

Credit: Elizabeth Jameson, www.jamesonfineart.com

A Tiny World of Green and Gold

Artist Sara Parent-Ramos has been inspired by the microbiome. She says “In my work I explore the wonderful and terrifyingly elusive world thriving inside and outside us, blurring the boundaries between the microscopic and macroscopic in an effort to raise questions about the extent of human agency.” This sculpture is entitled "Symbiont Commensal Parasite 1".

Credit: Sara Parent-Ramos

Attack of Overwhelm   

The PAIN Exhibit is an online educational visual arts exhibit, showcasing work from artists with chronic pain.

www.painexhibit.org

Credit: Gretta Hansing

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