The Science Illustrations of Morgan N. Marshall #ArtTuesday
Clarity, specificity, and accuracy are the heart of medical illustration. For Morgan N. Marshall, science and art meet in his work on anatomical, anatomical, and cellular illustrations. Here’s more from Art the Science:
The art came first, but the science closely followed. I had always had a love and interest in drawing and painting at a young age, but I grew up with a nurse for a mother who always actively shared with me her love for the medical field. I maintained a simultaneous interest in both art and science throughout college. I majored in biology while minoring in chemistry and studio art….. I focus mainly on medical anatomy and procedures. A lot of my work homes in on surgical practice and human anatomy. I mainly cater to e-learning and helping a wide breadth of audiences and users learn complex scientific topics.
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