Neural Migration

21K and 12K gold, metal powder, dye, and ink on stainless steel
30″ X 42″
2015
$9000
Neural Migration depicts a period of brain development wherein radial glia (black cells) divide continuously to create new neurons (white cells). These new neurons climb the black dendritic stalks of their parent cells, eventually finding their final resting places within the layers of cerebral cortex. This process creates billions of new neurons and occurs over the period of only a few weeks during gestation.

Cortical Columns

21K, 18K, and 12K gold, ink, dye, and mica on aluminized panel
36″ X 48″
2014
SOLD

Spinal Cord

21K and 12K gold, ink, and dye on stainless steel
24″ X 36″ unmatted, 29″ X 41″ matted in custom gold mat
2014
$8000  SOLD

 

 

Crackled Neurons

22K, 12K gold and enamel on laser cut acrylic panel
18″ X 24″
2012
SOLD
Commission for the Journal for the Norwegian Medical Association

Hair Innervation

Ink on 22K gold
18″ X 24″
2013
SOLD
Commission for Professor David Ginty, Johns Hopkins University.

Gnarled Oak

Ink and dye on 22K gold and copper
36″ X 48″
2013
SOLD

Drosophila Brain

22K gold, dye, and ink on aluminized panel
18″ X 24″
2012
SOLD