Description Is there life on other planets? The question fascinates us, has led us to the moon, and motivates the imagination and dreams of girls and boys destined to be future scientists. Continued research points to the likelihood that there is indeed life on another planet, albeit in far off solar systems. One such planet, named Gliese, appears to be perfectly distanced from the sun for warmth and possible photosynthesis, and there also appears to be water on its surface. Lacking an orbit like Earth, one side of the planet is permanently in darkness, covered in ice. If life does exist, it would likely be in the transition zone between the light and dark side.
Nicolle R. Fuller, Seattle, WA Member Since May 2009 Artist Statement Featuring art from Nicolle Rager Fuller, Sayo-Art specializes in illustrations that pull you in and visually describe complex ideas and topics from our natural world.
Science is a daily part of our lives—new medical therapies, environmental issues, emerging knowledge about our universe... At Sayo-Art you'll find compelling ways to appreciate and learn about these topics. The original artwork is created both digitally and with traditional media (acrylic, watercolor paints, pencil). Find drawings covering subjects like evolution and ecology–created for books like the graphic adaptation of Darwin's on the Origin of Species– to art showcased in numerous magazines showing wild space and physics concepts, to the inner workings of DNA and cell biology, to cutting edge nanotechnology.