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I plan to do something within the Neuroscience field, whether it is research, therapy, or event medical illustrations. I value knowledge and creativity in my life and I want to keep both in the future and make my own path. The colorful and abstract picture in the lower left corner is actually one of my illustrations of the brain that I hope to turn into a sticker or a print for my future online shop where I sell my art and products. I want a work life outside and inside my future home, with both involving art and neuroscience.

Update: For my profile project, I researched artists Grandma Moses, Mary Delany, and Diego Rivera. All three of them had a unique reason to why they painted or created what they have created. Grandma Moses didn’t start painting until she was 70 years old and paints from memory nostalgic paintings depicting rural American life. Mary Delany is a twice widow and creates intricate paper cut-outs of flowers and plants. Then there is Diego Rivera who is a Mexican artist who makes art that reflected the lives of the working class and native peoples of Mexico. Although I love all three artists backgrounds and their medias, I decided to stick with Mary Delany because I find her reason to make her pieces as a coping mechanism is beautiful and interesting to do further research on for this project!

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  1. myacermak says:

    For my profile project, I researched artists Grandma Moses, Mary Delany, and Diego Rivera. All three of them had a unique reason to why they painted or created what they have created. Grandma Moses didn’t start painting until she was 70 years old and paints from memory nostalgic paintings depicting rural American life. Mary Delany is a twice widow and creates intricate paper cut-outs of flowers and plants. Then there is Diego Rivera who is a Mexican artist who makes art that reflected the lives of the working class and native peoples of Mexico. Although I love all three artists backgrounds and their medias, I decided to stick with Mary Delany because I find her reason to make her pieces as a coping mechanism is beautiful and interesting to do further research on for this project!

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