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6635 N Baltimore ave #228
Portland, OR 97203

Science-inspired art by Sienna Morris, drawn entirely with numbers and equations by hand. Based in Portland, Oregon, Sienna is self taught in science and art, and uses her Numberism technique to process what she's learned, illustrating the data where it lives. 

She offers original work as well as fine art canvas and paper prints, and clothing of her work. 

Events

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Cathedral Park Open Studio - February
Feb
15
5:00 PM17:00

Cathedral Park Open Studio - February

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At this event you can visit the working art studios of several artist in the building,  explore our work space and if you like, purchase our art! 

In my studio you can watch me work on my current in progress numberism drawings. You have access to all my remaining original artwork, as well as our full inventory of prints and screen printed clothing. I will be displaying work from my Create 365 challenge as well , which is a challenge where I aim to create every day for a year. I started on December 26th and am on day 49 today. You can follow my journey through this challenge on my instagram at @SiennaMorrisArt 


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Small Business Saturday
Nov
25
10:00 AM10:00

Small Business Saturday

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Saturday, November 25th 

10am - 5pm 

Find me at the Portland Saturday Market in space 904 to get 15% off everything in our booth. This is a great option for those looking to check a lot of presents off your list in one day. We are one of 200 vendors at the market, many of whom are offering similar sales.

 

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Changing the Brain Waves of Depression - NW NOGGIN
May
17
6:00 PM18:00

Changing the Brain Waves of Depression - NW NOGGIN

In collaboration with NW Noggin!

Velo Cult

1969 NE 42nd Ave, Portland, OR 97213

6-10pm    FREE to attend

What do the brain waves of a depressed person look like? How can they be changed?

Brittany Alperin, a behavioral neuroscience graduate student at OHSU, and Sienna Morris, an artist and science enthusiast, will talk about how mindfulness meditation and self-care can not only decrease depressive symptoms, but can also produce measurable change in your brain! Join us for a discussion of Sienna’s journey through mindfulness practice, take a look at how her depressive symptoms and brain waves changed over time, and see the art that this experience inspired.

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