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Cell Division 6 is an original watercolor painting which explores the beauty of the natural process of mitosis in deep, vivid colors of yellow, orange, magenta, green, turquoise and deep blue.

This painting was made using a wet-in-wet technique. After I draw a grid on the paper, I paint an individual square, wait a few seconds, and then add a second color of wet paint. The paint “bleeds” naturally, creating either a “cell” with awesome natural fractal patterns or a big old blob. If the former occurs, I wait a few more seconds and add another color – the nucleus or nuclei. Then I do this a bunch more times in different colors. Scientific accuracy is not guaranteed!

Painted with Winsor and Newton Artist’s Watercolors on extra heavy Arches paper (300lb).

Overall size 16 × 20 in an acid-free white mat with backing board. Fits a standard 16 × 20 frame.

The size of the painted area is approximately 9 × 12. Signed.

Cell Division 6 - original watercolor painting


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  • Materials: watercolor paint, paper
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