Over at The Beautiful Brain, a site which is not only on my blogroll but which appears to use the same WordPress design as this page, there is a lovely interview and gallery with neuroscientist and artists Greg Dunn. I have always tended to view a mature neurobiology as both an art and a science (stemming from the fact that such a field would have to draw from philosophy, which is at its heart a humanity and not a science; more on that distinction later), so I always find special meaning in the idea of neuroscience-as-art. Dunn also claims to be influenced by traditional Japanese and pan-Asian traditions, and such influences seem just as prominent as the obvious Cajal overtones. A sample of the gallery:
Find more of the gallery, and the interview, here.