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A Doctor with a Unique Photographer's Eye
A Doctor with a Unique Photographer's Eye

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AIR DATE: May 29, 2012

Robert Belliveau is a retired pathologist. For years, he peered at cells through a microscope. Now, he's taking his fascination for the microscopic level and merging it with his artistic interests. Dr. Belliveau photographs everyday items (tomatoes, peppers, blueberries) with his microscope. Up close and personal, his tomato seed looks like an exploding sun, his corn husk like a techinicolor kaleidoscope.  We talk to Robert about his art, and how he transforms the simplest items with a twist of his microscope lens.
 
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Robert Belliveau, artist and retired pathologist
 
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(Courtesy of Vegas Seven)
 
Belliveaus photo of a tomato seed
Tomato Seed
 
Belliveau's blueberry
Belliveau's blueberry
 
Belliveau's corn husk
Belliveau's corn husk

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