Art and Science.
We can't stop looking at Georgie "Sevin" Nakima's lush and layered work—a fusion of colors and textures with botanical, physical, and anatomical references. In a 2016 interview, she says "My goal is that this approach can express a worldly and universal perspective. I like to tell people science is art and art is a science. The more I learn through nature, the more I’m inspired to create."