Description For best results print on 'Photo Glossy' paper. If you want to print larger than the available options, email me and I'll upload a higher resolution file.This is a surface reconstruction of a CT scan of a bendable ballerina doll. It's metal skeleton is clearly visualized in white. A notable feature is a mass located in the midline of the upper cranium. While exploratory surgery would be required to determine its actual significance, the shape and location is consistent with an air pocket introduced in the rubber during the manufacturing process. Similar masses are noted in the right palm and left wrist.
Satre Stuelke, Severna Park, MD Member Since March 2009 Artist Statement Satre Stuelke MD MFA has shown his work across the globe in numerous gallery and museum exhibitions and has also sold work through Sotheby's ArtLink. His work has been featured in The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, The Guardian (UK), NBC's Today Show, and ABC news, among many others. He has an MFA (Master of Fine Arts) degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MD from Cornell. Satre is offering fine art prints of his work from his latest project through imagekind at a drastically reduced price compared to his museum-quality signed originals, which are available through radiologyart.com.
METHODS Satre acquires the images with a CT scanner that is used for research. Colors are assigned based on the varying densities of materials present throughout the object, and black or white backgrounds are chosen as appropriate.