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Tessa Coe: Science Inspired Art

While in the UK, I had the pleasure of meeting artist extroardinaire Tessa Coe. If you saw her work you'd probably be drawn to the colors and complexity. The images are organized chaos, yet soothing to the eye.

Where does she get her inspiration? On her website, she writes "I am fascinated by things that are far too small for us to see, where scientists have to deduce what is actually going on, and use their visual imagination to help simplify great complexity."

Of particular interest, I think, are the Biology Series (1 & 2), and the Mathematics series.