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Cell Division 16 is an original watercolor painting which explores the beauty of the natural process of mitosis in an eye-popping palette of yellow, orange, pink, green, blue and purple. This one is big, beautiful and truly unique - perfect for your lab, office or favorite biologist.

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 Fabriano paper (300lb).

Overall size 22 x 28 inches. Signed. Absolutely unique!

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Cell Division 16 - Original Watercolor Painting