Art Inspired by Abstract Scientific Concepts
Sandra Duran Wilson lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico and comes from a family of artists and scientists. She grew up in a world where everything was possible, where she would look through the microscope in her father’s office and then draw what she saw. She states, “Time and space are concepts I incorporate into my work. The illusion of time is particularly fascinating. When I look into space through a telescope I become a time traveler.”
Her early years were spent on the border of Mexico where the people, animals, landscape, culture and stories shaped her reality. Her spirituality combined with her scientific studies has directed her work from realism to abstract mixed media.
Her work is influenced by abstract scientific concepts in physics, biology and chemistry. The pure fun of exploring what paint can do and her natural curiosity keeps the work fresh and lively.
Wilson’s art is represented in galleries in the U.S. and Australia and is found in corporate, civic and educational institutions and private collections around the world.
The artist continues to creatively expand her horizons in visual art, writing and teaching from her studio as well as in Europe and Australia. She is the author of five art technique books, several DVDs and her work has been featured in numerous books and magazines.
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