Biology, art exhibit at Spring Street Gallery
At Spring Street Gallery, 110 Spring St., Saratoga Springs, “Under the Microscope: Biology and Art,” offers an exhibition by students of science who captured wondrous studies of things we can’t see every day. The free show is on display weekdays 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Jan. 29.
Co-curated by Rachel Seligman, assistant curator at the Tang Teaching Museum, and Abby Grace Drake, teaching professor of biology at Skidmore College, the exhibit features images produced with high-powered microscopes captured for their beauty.
Isabella Gaw is a student in studio art and biology at Skidmore. Perri Keehn, Emily Singer, Berke Tinaz and Wenhui Zhao are all current biology students at Skidmore. Chelsea Fujimoto is a recent Skidmore grad with a degree in biology and Amanda Andreas is a current Ph.D. student in environmental health sciences at University at Albany.
Visit http://www.springstreetgallerysaratoga.org/, phone 587-6433.
Gloria MazurePost Author
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