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I also love the piece because of its subject matter. The brachial plexus, the complicated arrangement of braided of nerves in the upper arm, is one of my favorite examples of organized anatomical chaos. That is, when you look at the brachial plexus in situ it looks like a messy rope of nerves. But this knot is put together in a methodical and special way. I even enjoyed the process of memorizing the arrangement in grad school; it felt like a right of passage for anybody invested in anatomy.
Finally, this piece is special to me because it was the subject of the first bulk order I received—ordered by a professor from Johns Hopkins, no less! I had a complete fangirl moment when that order came through.
Some paintings are just lucky and special, and this is one of them. Hope you enjoy it too!
An interview with the artist behind Lyon Road Art
Kaitlin shares her passion for anatomical art, where it came from and her challenging yet inspirational road to Lyon Road Art.