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Protozoa Canvas Print featuring the digital art Vorticella with text by Kate Solbakk

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Top Mat

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7.00" x 10.00"

Overall:

7.00" x 10.00"

 

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Vorticella with text Canvas Print

Kate Solbakk

by Kate Solbakk

$65.00

Product Details

Vorticella with text canvas print by Kate Solbakk.   Bring your artwork to life with the texture and depth of a stretched canvas print. Your image gets printed onto one of our premium canvases and then stretched on a wooden frame of 1.5" x 1.5" stretcher bars (gallery wrap) or 5/8" x 5/8" stretcher bars (museum wrap). Your canvas print will be delivered to you "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.

Design Details

Vorticella, with a caption added over the drawing. The caption says: Vorticella is a filter feeder, using a ring of tiny hairs called cilia to create... more

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Canvas Print Tags

canvas prints protozoa vorticella ciliate microbe microbiology biology nature science agriculture microscopy biodiversity

Digital Art Tags

digital art protozoa vorticella ciliate microbe microbiology biology nature science agriculture microscopy biodiversity

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Chrisann Ellis

Chrisann Ellis

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Artist's Description

Vorticella, with a caption added over the drawing. The caption says: "Vorticella is a filter feeder, using a ring of tiny hairs called cilia to create a whirling vortex in the water, sucking in particles of food; mainly bacteria. They are common in water and can also be found in soil. They may be seen swimming on occasion but are most often attached to debris with a long stalk which can coil like a spring, allowing Vorticella to quickly retreat from a disturbance.At the microscopic level, soil is much more than "dirt". It is a diverse and fascinating habitat, made up of many different fragments and particles of matter in different stages of decomposition and recycling, bound together by the activities of diverse microorganisms."

About Kate Solbakk

Kate Solbakk

My goal is to inspire curiosity by imagining how microscopic creatures might look if we could see them in their natural habitats, and view them as amazing wildlife rather than "specimens" in a laboratory. Many of us are unsettled by the thought of invisible microscopic life forms all around us, so I try to balance the "ick factor" by showing that these creatures can be beautiful. The microscopic world is truly fantastic and offers a lot of inspiration for fantasy themes, which you will see in some of my more playful work like the hookah-smoking tardigrade inspired by the caterpillar from Alice in Wonderland. I hope my art can help bring us a little bit closer to the mysterious world of microbiology that is the foundation for all our...

 

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