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Home > NanoArt 2011 Exhibition > Carol Flaitz, USA, 2011
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Fissure I_Flaitz4.jpg
Fissure I-721 viewsI am a professional artist and my husband, Phil Flaitz, is an electron microscopist working for IBM, East Fishkill, NY. One evening he showed me some of his images. I was awed by what I saw and began to paint them using a combination of mixed media. Since I was originally a ceramic artist I use a great deal of texture to express and interpret his photographs. Some of the materials that I use to achieve these effects include: ground glass, pumice mediums, dyed glue, polymer resin, oxidized metallic paints, and various acrylic mediums. The title comes from my husbandís screen name. The work is a reflection of my own marriage where art and technology unite.
Every one of my paintings are inspired by a specific micrograph which can be sent if there is any question of whether or not my work is appropriate to the NanoArt21 competition.
Micro Me.jpg
Micro Me-687 viewsI am a professional artist and my husband, Phil Flaitz, is an electron microscopist working for IBM, East Fishkill, NY. One evening he showed me some of his images. I was awed by what I saw and began to paint them using a combination of mixed media. Since I was originally a ceramic artist I use a great deal of texture to express and interpret his photographs. Some of the materials that I use to achieve these effects include: ground glass, pumice mediums, dyed glue, polymer resin, oxidized metallic paints, and various acrylic mediums. The title comes from my husbandís screen name. The work is a reflection of my own marriage where art and technology unite.
Every one of my paintings are inspired by a specific micrograph which can be sent if there is any question of whether or not my work is appropriate to the NanoArt21 competition.
Nanobeemer on the Rocks_1_Flaitz.jpg
Nanobeemer on the Rocks-746 viewsI am a professional artist and my husband, Phil Flaitz, is an electron microscopist working for IBM, East Fishkill, NY. One evening he showed me some of his SEM and TEM images and at once I was awed by what I saw and began to paint them using a combination of mixed media. Since I was originally a ceramic artist I use a great deal of texture to express and interpret his photographs. Some of the materials that I use to achieve these effects include: ground glass, pumice mediums, dyed glue, polymer resin, oxidized metallic paints, and various acrylic mediums. The titles comes from a variety of inspirations including husbandís screen name, how I feel about living with the barrage of technology in our culture, and my fascination with the images. The work is a reflection of my own marriage where art and technology unite.
Every one of my paintings are inspired by a specific micrograph which can be sent if there is any question of whether or not my work is appropriate to the NanoArt21 competition.
Nanogenesis_Flaitz5.jpg
Nanogenesis-744 viewsI am a professional artist and my husband, Phil Flaitz, is an electron microscopist working for IBM, East Fishkill, NY. One evening he showed me some of his SEM and TEM images and at once I was awed by what I saw and began to paint them using a combination of mixed media. Since I was originally a ceramic artist I use a great deal of texture to express and interpret his photographs. Some of the materials that I use to achieve these effects include: ground glass, pumice mediums, dyed glue, polymer resin, oxidized metallic paints, and various acrylic mediums. The titles comes from a variety of inspirations including husbandís screen name, how I feel about living with the barrage of technology in our culture, and my fascination with the images. The work is a reflection of my own marriage where art and technology unite.
Every one of my paintings are inspired by a specific micrograph which can be sent if there is any question of whether or not my work is appropriate to the NanoArt21 competition.
Stuck on the Right Side of the Brain.jpg
Stuck on the Right Side of the Brain-729 viewsI am a professional artist and my husband, Phil Flaitz, is an electron microscopist working for IBM, East Fishkill, NY. One evening he showed me some of his images. I was awed by what I saw and began to paint them using a combination of mixed media. Since I was originally a ceramic artist I use a great deal of texture to express and interpret his photographs. Some of the materials that I use to achieve these effects include: ground glass, pumice mediums, dyed glue, polymer resin, oxidized metallic paints, and various acrylic mediums. The title comes from my husbandís screen name. The work is a reflection of my own marriage where art and technology unite. If it is difficult to see the inspiration from nanotechnology, the specific images can be provided.
Every one of my paintings are inspired by a specific micrograph which can be sent if there is any question of whether or not my work is appropriate to the NanoArt21 competition.
     
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