Drips

Fall 2012 - Volume 16 Number 4

Drips

"Drips"

24"x30" acrylic on canvas

Ahmed Salahudeen

This painting reflects the day-to-day clinical tools usually taken for granted as a means to and end

of patient care. The ebullient style is used to reflect a joyous celebration of medical technology.

Mr Salahudeen is a Medical School Graduate from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.

He has a degree in Neuroscience with a minor in Art Studio from Tulane University.

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