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October 31, 2006


Molly, NYC

Not textile-based but: I think a bouquet of crested celosia (1) in the form of a brain (different colors for the major lobes) would be nifty, but, since people usually have bouquets for special occasions, what would such an arrangement mark?

(1) See http://images.google.com/images?sourceid=navclient-ff&ie=UTF-8&rls=GGGL,GGGL:2006-28,GGGL:en&q=crested%20celosia&sa=N&tab=wi

Nathan Zeldes

Impressive (not to say original)!

BTW, I do wish you'd post higher resolution images... it'd allow us better enjoyment of the art, and the intricate details of a brain certainly merit it.

kristina jones md

This is great!
Im a psychiatrist who has been lecturing on the dangers of crystal meth and HIV for a while.
I wonder if you would consider using some of your art for educational material for teens and pre teens?
NIDA has websites, but the art on them is of the generic 'cartoon-character' type.
I loved the croched brains

Gordon Banks

I'm a neurologist and my wife also makes neuroscience quilts. You can see one at the url I listed above, http://www.charleebanks.com/charlee/Astrocyte.html

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