My "Cellular Tapestry" series are composite photographic art that include cellular level patterns derived from computer interpretations of pathology slides that depict the research of the doctors and scientists right here at UCSF.
Michael Endicott is a Fine Art photographer in San Francisco, California. Much of his life has been spent working at the intersection of the political and biological sciences. His camera has been his constant companion and his focus has always been on nature. His artistic perspective is an outgrowth of his experience, at the intersection of the "two worlds" shaped by nature and wo/man. His artwork explores the commonality in structure between the organic and the inorganic –both are comprised of protons, electrons and neutrons.
In essence, Michael produces cellular tapestries designed to connect the micro and macro structures that give shape and life to our world. Over time, his process in the digital darkroom has become more “sculptural” in nature as he bends wavelengths of light and molds multiple shots into one, and his photography has been pulled away from realism into the realm of expressionist or abstract painting. Most recently his abstract realism, The Mad Hatter, was part of the de Young Open at end of 2020. He has five pieces in "Through my Window," a show with 25+ other artists at Gallery House in Palo Alto.