My work explores both the abstract interactions of color and light as well as science in art. I worked in a biophysics research laboratory for many years. In the laboratory I grew several types of cells in culture. Watching cells divide and multiply is amazing and inspiring. It gives one pause. This experience greatly influenced my art. It led to the inclusion of images of chromosomes or references to the nature of the universe within my work. I am concerned with making a visual statement as well as presenting the mystery of our existence.
Neva Setlow lives and works on Long Island, New York. She has studied and worked in both science and art. Her work has been exhibited nationally and has received numerous awards for sculpture, painting and collage. She is a member of the National Association of Women Artists and Art and Science Collaborations. She is listed in Who’s Who of the World, Who’s Who of American Art, Who’s Who in Science and Engineering and others.
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