18″ X 24″, limited edition giclee print on glossy metallic paper
$220, ($176 graduate student discount), VERY LIMITED SUPPLY
$395 framed (ships to USA and Canada only)  SOLD OUT

PLEASE NOTE that these remaining prints are strays and are not part of an official series. They are signed in gold leaf as usual, but not numbered.

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Action Potential simulates how a neuron receives and integrates incoming signals from connected neurons to trigger an action potential. While this piece is a study of how input velocities, locations, and relative strengths influence a downstream neuron’s ability to fire, it is also an artistic experiment exploring the explosive beauty of the process. Action potentials are the fundamental processes by which we think, feel, taste, and accomplish every task our brain carries out.

In this image, the colors encode information about relative locations of the synapses relative to the cell body. For example, the more proximal gold colored synapses may be contributing to a greater degree to the signal integration, whereas the more distant pink synapses are contributing a weaker signal.

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  • Printed on glossy, slightly metallic paper of archival quality.
  • As there is a limited supply, prints will be sold on a first come, first served basis.
  • The sooner your payment is received, the lower the print # you will get.
  • I am sorry I can not send framed prints internationally at this moment.
  • Orders originating from PA will have 8% sales tax added. PayPal takes care of all of these numbers. Again if you have questions, please email me.
  • Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery (domestic orders), 4-6 weeks for international. Most orders will arrive much faster than this, but there is the occasional unforseen delay. To be sure you receive the print in time to give as a gift, please order at least two weeks in advance.
  • 20% OFF Graduate student discounts are available. Please email for instructions on how to purchase grad.discount(at)gregadunn.com

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