I have an Interview in Chemistry Views. They did not feature a portfolio of Art. However you can see a corner of “Rube Goldberg abstract” in the headshot. If you weant to see some of my Materials Science relevant art in person, the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at MIT has purchased a number of pieces, which are on display in the DMSE main office and adjoining offices.
By the way, if you or your Department has a strong interest in Soft Matter, Materials Science, or Chemistry and you’d like some terrific office art, I have a number of originals available as well as high quality prints of most of my work. I am willing to consider Art loans to Academic and Corporate departments that want to live with the art for a while before making a decision. Scroll down to the contact from at the bottom of this post to inquire.
Here’s a better photo of the painting that I’m holding in the headshot. It’s called Rube Goldberg abstract and It’s huge! The overall composition of Rube Goldberg and the geometries of the painting were inspired by many photos of CERN and it’s detectors. I would walk through the Particle Physics group and past their photos and posters every day on my way to my own lab (Materials Characterization) when I worked at Tufts University. There are pieces that are more Materials Science and Chemistry and Soft Matter inspired below Rube Goldberg.
Rube Goldberg Abstract
Purchase the original Rube Goldberg through my shop
Purchase a print
A selection of available Materials Science Relevant original Art and Prints
|Muscularity, original ink drawing, 11 x 14 inches|
|Complex Fluid, original|
|Schlieren Chiaroscuro original
|Flow Instability original|
|Frolic in Tortuosity original||Gel original|
Size Exclusion Chromatography original drawing, 7×10 inches, ink on paper
|Thick Film Birefringence, small format original oil painting based on Polarizing optical microscopy of “messy” samples|
Emergent Order Original
|Associations original oil painting, 12 x 16 inches, inspired by soft labile interactions in polymers colloids and pastes and by physical gelation phenomena.||Percolation on a Lattice Original, 20 x 24 inches, oil and alkyd on stretched canvas. Inspired by lattice models for the solidification of soft matter due to labile percolating interactions and points of contact|
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