21 May 2012
Famous for his plastic surgeries on the hit FOX network TV series “The Swan,” Dr. Randal Haworth transformed the “ugly” into beautiful “swans” at his Haworth Institute in Beverly Hills. This all transpired from his family steering him to pursue medicine and himself developing his genetic predisposition for his artistic abilities. Metroseeker‘s interview with Haworth reveals the surgeon’s thoughts on everything from the L.A. scene to his future art plans. [Click HERE for the full article]
Having a fondness for art, Dr. Haworth completed two series, the most recent being “Iconography” which is a “tongue and cheek play on society about the vapid culture and consumerism.” Manipulating the features of paintings from olden times to give them a more modern twist, you could say Haworth was imprinting his career onto his art. However, as much as his painting is a reflection of his vocation, it has also honed his surgical skills. Haworth says, “It’s a good lesson for me to be able to appreciate the super subtle details like a little shadow on the corner of a mouth.” His next series is said to entail an even stronger tie to plastic surgery as he paints unrecognizable close-ups of his surgical scenes.
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