Plasmid Collection

Art Print

Once upon a time, long ago (okay not too long ago) in an undergraduate Microbial Genetics course I was introduced to the intricate circular map of Haemophilus influenza's genome. It was the first free-living organism to ever have it's genome completely sequenced. The project was completed and published in 1995 by J. Craig Venter and his team at TIGR, in collaboration with Hamilton Smith using a shotgun sequencing method. The researchers identified genetic coding regions which were incorporated into a circular genomic map. The impression on me was immediate. The map has stuck with me, as the simplicity of the circle in conjunction with the complexity of genomics is no less than stunning.

Inspired, I began creating works of art featuring various genomes and plasmids. Here is a collection of a few, all originally painted in watercolor. A perfect print for those of you who can't decide which one is your favorite!

  • Printed on acid-free, heavyweight, 100% cotton rag fine art paper using archival pigment inks. The lightly textured bright white matte paper coupled with rich pigment inks offer a stunningly vivid print with superior longevity.
    Signed by artist.
    Unframed
  • Ships within 1-3 business days.
    Prints sized 13 x 19 inches and larger ship within 5 business days.

    Domestic shipping times (estimated):
    USPS First Class: 3-5 business days.
    USPS Priority Mail: 1-3 business days.
    USPS Priority Express: 1-2 business days.

    International shipping times vary by location
  • 5x7 inches | 25x25 mm
    8x10 inches | 203x254 mm
    8.5x11 inches | 216x279 mm
    11x14 inches | 279x356 mm
    12x16 inches | 305x406 mm
    16x20 inches | 406x508 mm
    18x24 inches |457x610 mm

    A5 | 5.8x8.3 inches | 148x210 mm
    A4 | 8.3x11.7 inches | 210x297 mm
    A3 | 11.7x16.5 inches | 297x420 mm
    A2 | 16.5x23.4 inches | 420x594 mm

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