His work may look like it’s made from Lucite, gold leaf, or even silk, but Greg Dunn actually makes screen prints of his favorite subject: neurons.  An  amateur artist and PhD candidate, Dunn makes paintings that are often  indistinguishable from landscapes, with branches, leaves, and flowers  that are actually cortical neurons, retinal neurons, and parts of the  hippocampus.
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His work may look like it’s made from Lucite, gold leaf, or even silk, but Greg Dunn actually makes screen prints of his favorite subject: neurons.  An amateur artist and PhD candidate, Dunn makes paintings that are often indistinguishable from landscapes, with branches, leaves, and flowers that are actually cortical neurons, retinal neurons, and parts of the hippocampus.

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