Life As Art / Images From an Unseen World
August 26 - September 28, 2013
 
Fuse the aesthetics of fine art and photography with the often invisible beauty of the natural world and created is a presentation with the exhibition Life As Art: Images From an Unseen World. The culmination of a multi-year collaboration between biology professors Kelly Burke and Kelly Cude, the exhibition includes more than 60 micrographs (photographs taken with a microscope) produced while working in the college’s biology laboratories. 
 
Exhibition Photographs
    Fungal Grenades
     Pond Forest
    But Do They Like   
    Each Other
     Golden
    Santa Clara River 
   When Protists Collide
 
​   When Planets Collide
 
​    Trapped
 
     Ossa

  
    Unfurled

​    Mind Vortex
​    Starry Night
       Dragon Tail​
       A Study of Stentor
​      Etruscan Vase in 
      MinatureMinature
         Amethyst Ravine 
       Life on A Fish 
       Scale
 

  The Accidental Lens

   Wish In Flight

​  Junk Drawer
​   Butterfly Blues
​    Sparks Fly
​   Tangled
​   Freshwater
   Radiance

 
    Oh, Snap!
   Surf's Up
    Surprise!
   Shimmer
   Eclipse
       Nebula Viridans 
      Lepidoptera's Nose
 
 
        Edge of Life
 
 
        Tiny Visitor
        Honeycomb
       Patchwork 
    A Closer Look
   Velveteen
    Luminous
    The Odd Couple
   Two BlueTango
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      Spindle
​ 
   Puzzled


   ​Inferno

 
   Tiny Dancer​


   Algal Bloom

   Eye In The Sky

   Purple Surprise​