: ASRT Cover Art, Pathology Art, and Pentagon Art
Hi. I am artist Lizzy Rainey living in the beautiful Wabash River Valley. I have created these Landscape Anatomy paintings from my own experiences as a Radiologic Technologist and my love for the wondrously, intense colors God created in nature.
I have painted original Landscape Anatomy paintings for several of the ASRT Magazine covers. It has been a pleasure painting for the ASRT. I have also painted Landscape Anatomy Paintings for Doctors, Clinics, Technologists and Hospitals all over the Nation and would be happy to discuss painting one for you.
This year I am proud to say the PENTAGON will be decorating their radiology department with an ORIGINAL LIZZY LANDSCAPE ANATOMY PAINTING!! They also have decorated their walls with prints of my work. Please feel free to contact me through this website if you have any questions or comments. I am always here and always painting.
In 2018 I have entered these five Landscape Anatomy paintings featuring the Radiology Trees in the Agora Gallery Competition in New York City. Featured below are: #1. “Stormy Cerebral”: Brain angiogram. #2. “Old Oak Chest CT”: Cat Scan of the Lungs. #3. Biliary Branches”: Hepatic biliary duct angiogram. #4. “Cardiac Roots”: Heart Angiogram. #5. “Carpal River Stones”: Wrist Radiography
In 2016 I created four 3 foot by 4 foot ASRT Cover Art paintings for Mercy Outpatient Imaging Center in Roseburg, Oregon. It was a pleasure painting for them!
“Vertebral Meadows” for the PENTAGON 24×36 2016
Ask about having an original Old Oak Chest CT or any of the cover art Landscape Anatomy Paintings you might like made for you.Anatomy Landscape series, “Vessel Trees”, 2014-2015 cover art.
Radiologic Technology is the official journal of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT). It publishes peer-reviewed articles as well as directed reading articles for x-ray professionals and scholars.
The art of Lizzy Rainey R.T. (R) was featured on the cover of Radiologic Technology. Lizzy’s paintings were featured on the covers from September 2011 through August 2012.
- September|October 2011 – Carpal Riverstones
- November|December 2011 – Foot of a Moonlit Mountain
- January|February 2012 – Cardiac Roots
- March|April 2012 – Renal Lilypads
- May|June 2012 – Shoulder Boulder
- July|August 2012 – Sunrise Patella
- Also throughout 2014 and 2015
Inquiries about Purchasing Prints of ASRT Cover Art
Inquiries about Anatomy Landscape Art
Gallery of ASRT Cover Art
New! SHOULDER MRI Titled, “Rotator Cuff Cliff” 2016
Lizzy is an experienced x-ray technologist and is a member of ASRT, the American Society of Radiologic Technologists. She subscribes to their medical journal, Radiologic Technology and has painted for their Covers for several years. Recently Lizzy has also been published in the book, “The Healing Art of Pathology” 2016.
Please feel free to contact Lizzy through this website if you would like Artwork for your Medical Facility.
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I would like to know the actual size of the artwork on the posters sold on Zazzle. The poster is 16×20 but the size of the artwork is not listed.
Thank you for enjoying my artwork. Though I am the original artist of the anatomy Landscapes it is the ASRT that is selling the posters so I do not have any information on them. Please contact the ASRT and ask them about the Lizzy Art Posters on Zazzle. I hope they respond to you soon. If they do not I will try and help you reach them. Thank you again and if you are ever interested in having an original painting done I would be happy to help you with that.. Lizzy
I love your ASRT artwork. There are so many that I want, but poster size is way too big. Is it possible able to get 8×10 prints?
How do I go about getting a poster of your art work. Simply beautiful!
You’re looking for my medical xray prints the ASRT sells my art under ASRT Lizzy xray art prints. If you’re looking for my Halloween or autumn art then you are welcome to email me at mylizard at hotmail Thank you for enjoying my art
I would very much like to see your artwork, and perhaps buy one of your pieces? I’m at Francisian Hospital right now and saw “Autumn Light on the Wabash” …. Beautiful piece‼️
Just FYI, I had emergency brain surgery about 8 yrs ago (left frontal lobe) and a few months ago I had a mastectomy (right side), so of course I have a particular interest in just paintings.
I’m so sorry you have been through so much. Thank you for enjoying my artwork at Franciscan. I hope it brought some peaceful thoughts. Most of my pieces have been sold. I may have a few pieces for sale soon, but mostly I take commissions and paint what my customers request. May God bless you and please feel free to email me anytime. Artist Lizzy