SCIENCE WING MURAL
Editor's Note: This mural, created by Lisa S. ('15) was painted directly onto the wall in the prep room in the science wing on the second floor.
Artist's Note: My mural is composed of different studies of science. While each of these studies is drastically different in some ways, they overlap in others. To represent this idea I made each subject have its own section, but showed some images branching out into other spaces. In the upper left hand corner the spherical objects can be interpreted as molecules or a solar system, to show that something as vast as space is similar to something as small as molecules. I painted the bright orange stag in reference to scientists using jellyfish proteins to make bioluminescent animals. The middle section is a landscape viewed through a curved glass, causing the image to flip, which is a similar to the way we see. The smallest section in the bottom is a picture of sub-atomic particles colliding. Other areas show some cool lab equipment and a picture of a recent space-X reusable rocket launch and a whimsical interpretation of titration.