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Odd Encapsulations – Original ink Drawing

$ 149.00

Original archival ink drawing, 6″ h x 8 ” w  on acid free paper.  Signed on front.

This one is called Odd Encapsulations because the way the circles and other parts of the drawing interact and are structured makes me think of phospholipid vesicles, encapsulation approaches that mimic them, and the role of microenvironments and encapsulation in some origin of life theories and in the basic units of biological function.

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Original archival ink drawing, 6″ h x 8 ” w  on acid free paper.  Signed on front.

Ships unmatted, sandwiched between protective foam core sheets.

Original paintings and drawings from my shop ship fully insured with a typical turnaround time of roughly 10 business days (less for small items).  Once they’re with the shipper, actual transit times vary by destination.

 

I will gladly exchange or refund work that you do not like if notified within 30 days of receipt.  Customer pays the shipping on returns and/or exchanges.  Most people like them better in person.

Prints are also available 

 

Notes:

Archival art markers (Prismacolor and Winsor & Newton pigment markers) and pigmented felt tip pens (Sakura Micron Pigma and Faber Castell brush tip pens) with metallic India Ink and paint on acid free Strathmore Series 500 drawing paper.

 

I’ve been working on a series of drawings that juxtapose freehand circles, lines and spaced patterns with circles, lines and shapes drawn using drafting templates (all hand-drawn ink on paper, with an actual pen in my actual hand, NOT “hand” drawn using digital stylus and a mouse). Each drawing evokes a different complex idea, usually STEM and nerdy. The series is titled “Idea Cycles” because of the cyclic nature of ideas. Many of the drawings evoke several very different concepts and phenomena simultaneously, because that’s how I think (and that’s how the math and physics behind science works).

This one is called Odd Encapsulations because the way the circles and other parts of the drawing interact and are structured makes me think of phospholipid vesicles, encapsulation approaches that mimic them, and the role of microenvironments and encapsulation in some origin of life theories and in the basic units of biological function.

That’s a start, and you can use your own imagination and insights from there.

 

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