Paper WaspInk and graphite on paper.
Study - Lion SkullGraphite and pencil on paper.Natural History/Science Illustration.
Threatened by Climate Change.
Graphite and colored graphite.
Natural History/Science Illustration.
A radiographic study of the effect of hypo- and hyper-lordosis in the lumbar spine concluded that a lordosis angle of between 65-68 degrees can be considered ‘optimal’ in the reduction of degenerative joint disease (DJD) of the lumbar spine. The results of the study should be helpful in the treatment of spinal pain and rehabilitation. […]
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Guest Post from Bill Graham 3D programs like ZBrush and Maya have enabled [...]
IPF, or Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, is a serious, irreversible lung disease. The lung tissue of IPF patients becomes progressively scarred making it increasingly difficult to breathe. Among the most common risk factors we can find: certain medicines, Cigarette smocking, Viral or bacterial lung infections, genetoc predisposition, occupational and environmental contaminants, acid reflux disease (GERD). Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis is a very deceptive disease, over 50% of IPF patients are initially misdiagnosed, with 60% of IPF patients receiving delayed
As an experienced Guest Lecturer on Fred Olsen Cruise Lines, Anne Corless will be running a series of watercolour workshops on this ‘Film Stars & Classic Cars’ cruise from 5th May 2018
Anne will be returning as Artist in Residence from 28th to 30th November 2017 so you can either come along to an inspirational and fun filled workshop or pop in