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Scott Pohlschmidt is a sculptor and teacher. He has been teaching for 20 years and founded London Fine Art Studios two years ago to continue teaching traditional art skills.

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#viewingtheinvisible #exhibition | ”Viewing the Invisible” brings together #scientists #DNA and #artists to explore the similarities in their working methods. A panel of science-influencers and artists will discuss the common ground between #scientific and #artistic approaches to exploring the underpinnings of identity as #artist Ann Witheridge gives a live #portrait #painting demonstration working from sitter Professor Dame Janet Thornton.

Through the close study of shapes and constituent parts, scientists and artists alike seek to demystify the human form. This shared approach challenges the popularly held belief that #science and #art exist at polar ends of a spectrum. Viewing the Invisible showcases the ways in which both disciplines work together, exploring how scientists and artists can support each other in disseminating research and enriching creativity. As part of the project, contributors to the promotion and practice of science had their portraits painted, whilst discussing common ground with the respective artists. An accompanying exhibition is at Bush House, South Wing, Strand WC2B 4RJ from 2 September to 20 September. Please see details here.

Professor Dame Janet Thornton is a world renowned scientific leader whose early career was rooted in structural #biology.  Professor Dame Janet is widely credited, alongside others, with the establishment of a new scientific field of Bioinformatics (an interdisciplinary field of science that combines biology, computer science, information engineering, mathematics and statistics to analyze and interpret biological data). She holds a PhD from the UK National Institute for Medical Research & King’s College.

@AnnWitheridge studied Art History at Christ's College Cambridge and has been teaching drawing and painting in the atelier tradition for twenty years. She founded #LondonFineArtStudios #LondonFineArts where she teaches a growing number of artists. She writes for art periodicals and leads #workshops and painting demonstrations in Museums across London.

Maria Moorwood studied Modern Languages at #Cambridge and has since worked in the #Cultural and #Heritage sector, in the UK @londonfinearts
#viewingtheinvisible #exhibition | ”Viewing the Invisible” brings together #scientists #DNA and #artists to explore the similarities in their working methods. A panel of science-influencers and artists will discuss the common ground between #scientific and #artistic approaches to exploring the underpinnings of identity as #artist Ann Witheridge gives a live #portrait #painting demonstration working from sitter Professor Dame Janet Thornton. Through the close study of shapes and constituent parts, scientists and artists alike seek to demystify the human form. This shared approach challenges the popularly held belief that #science and #art exist at polar ends of a spectrum. Viewing the Invisible showcases the ways in which both disciplines work together, exploring how scientists and artists can support each other in disseminating research and enriching creativity. As part of the project, contributors to the promotion and practice of science had their portraits painted, whilst discussing common ground with the respective artists. An accompanying exhibition is at Bush House, South Wing, Strand WC2B 4RJ from 2 September to 20 September. Please see details here. Professor Dame Janet Thornton is a world renowned scientific leader whose early career was rooted in structural #biology. Professor Dame Janet is widely credited, alongside others, with the establishment of a new scientific field of Bioinformatics (an interdisciplinary field of science that combines biology, computer science, information engineering, mathematics and statistics to analyze and interpret biological data). She holds a PhD from the UK National Institute for Medical Research & King’s College. @AnnWitheridge studied Art History at Christ's College Cambridge and has been teaching drawing and painting in the atelier tradition for twenty years. She founded #LondonFineArtStudios #LondonFineArts where she teaches a growing number of artists. She writes for art periodicals and leads #workshops and painting demonstrations in Museums across London. Maria Moorwood studied Modern Languages at #Cambridge and has since worked in the #Cultural and #Heritage sector, in the UK @londonfinearts