I recently had the pleasure of actually seeing some of my work display (though not particularly great work). The Main Library at University of Edinburgh has a display up from something I did about art and science. The postcards were created as part of a collaborative workshop. hosted by InterSci, a University a student society … Continue reading Interdisciplinary Postcards!
Another entry in my science of painting series. Today’s post is about what I consider to be unequivocally the most diverse material for creating traditional paintings: Acrylic paint. One would think that the answer would be oil paint, but with the vast range of mediums and additives available for acrylic paint, my own opinion has … Continue reading Science of Painting: Acrylic Paint and the Environment
A while back I wrote about scientific illustrators and how they are required to have an insane amount of raw technical skill. I also wrote about how because of this, I would never BE a scientific illustrator. Well as it turns out, this applies to a multitude of virtuosic art forms. Another thing I will … Continue reading The Superbrains of Concert Pianists
As the title suggests... I have failed to write a new post this week. However, I was just recently published online on a very 'Artful Scientist' type topic. This is for EUSci, a science-themed publication on campus at University of Edinburgh. The link to my article can be found below: http://eusci.org.uk/2019/01/28/skin-wars-body-painting-fights-insects-and-disease/?utm_campaign=shareaholic&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=socialnetwork&fbclid=IwAR1pM1OsarxoQTdPNAo68Pe6bqhh1qVCpp9hT01fZoT8PM2sa1EnPBTATsQ Here's the actual copy. … Continue reading Skin Wars: or Writing for Others -A COPOUT POST