Hypochromic RBC's Metal Print
by Amelie Simmons
Hypochromic RBC's by Amelie Simmons - 10" x 7.5"
Hypochromic RBC's metal print by Amelie Simmons. Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of a metal print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 1/16" thick aluminum. The aluminum sheet is offset from the wall by a 3/4" thick wooden frame which is attached to the back. The high gloss of the aluminum sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.
This painting is 2 of 3 Triptych (trilogy) RBC series of paintings. These hypochromic RBC's (red blood cells) are lacking in the normal hemoglobin... more
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This painting is 2 of 3 Triptych (trilogy) RBC series of paintings. These hypochromic RBC's (red blood cells) are lacking in the normal hemoglobin content. The area of central pallor exceed 1/3 the size of the red cells making it hypochromic.In other words, there is not enough hemoglobin which gives it a skinny appearance. These cells are also ususally microcytic (smaller in size) again due to the lack of hemoglobin present. These cells are found in patients with iron deficiency, anemia, thalassemias, and other disease states.
About Amelie Simmons
I am an artist using acrylic paint as my primary medium of choice to create my illusions of reality. My genre of painting include traditional impressionism, abstract, and dimensional (3D touch me) paintings. I enjoy exploring different styles of art, from fine detailed brushstrokes to the spontaneity of painting freely with my fingers. My passion for my artwork originates from a strong desire to capture images of life moments, places, and feelings onto canvas. I find inspiration locally and from my adventures while traveling. Scuba diving has provided me with a new perspective of the underwater world with my seascape paintings; while my career as a clinical laboratory scientist has given me access to the invisible life forms under a...
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