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April Supplement 2014 | Volume 21, Number 2 Supplement
Expert Perspectives on Evidence-Based Treatment Planning for Patients With Hepatocellular Carcinoma
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About the art in this issue:
Born 1962 in England to American parents, Burnell Shively began her career in Como, Italy, as a textile designer and continued freelance for 20 years around the globe. During her travels to 43 countries and 5 continents, she has been a fashion stylist in Biot, France, and Bali, Indonesia, an exhibiting fine artist and scenic artist in Hong Kong, an illustrator for World Wildlife magazine, lecturer for the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, the founder of an American university–accredited summer art program in northern Italy, and the creator of a sister cityship between Feltre, Italy, and Golden, Colorado. Supported by the Slovenian government and UNESCO twice as the British representative, Burnell joined POOART for Peace in Slovenia. In New York’s Hudson Valley, she was Director of Membership for Olana, home and museum of painter Frederic Edwin Church.
A full-time professional artist, Burnell’s work has been shown widely in the United States, Hong Kong, Slovenia, France, Poland, and Italy. She is always fascinated by life forms and their endless play of patterns. Her broad creative background has given her a particular talent to create a wide variety of site-specific pieces for private clients’ homes, offices, or hotels. Burnell also does voice-over work for television, radio, and various other productions.
More of her work can be seen at.
Rainbow Chard, 2013. Oil on canvas, 12″ × 24″.
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Unfolding, 1998. Oil on canvas, 40″ × 40″.