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  1. Is this actually a watercolor? The colors are more vivid and dense than I would have expected—I really like this — of course, one’s views of things is always “colored” by what one knows—- and so, I am reminded in this, of internal human anatomy—-the intricate interwoven texture of arteries and veins….and even different organ systems…..all in the service of supporting life.

    Pretty cool.

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    1. Hi Dr. Dilley!

      Thanks so much for your kind words and insightful observations! This is opaque water color so it is really quite vivid and dense in terms of color. Yes, I love anatomy and biology as visual references. This particular work involves architectural motifs, aquatic animals and coral reef as well as patterns I saw in fashion magazines. Quite a mash up. Thanks so much for following my progress. :0)

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