Disturbing the Universe
Disturbing the Universe was created as an experimental piece of portrait art. The title for Disturbing the Universe is taken from a book by theoretical physicist and mathematician Freeman Dyson published in 1979. I had the opportunity to meet and speak with Freeman Dyson at a dinner event some years ago but unfortunately the encounter was all too brief. For more information, see the Wikipedia entry for Freeman Dyson.
A watermarked wallpaper of this print can be seen in the Disturbing the Universe wallpaper.
|Disturbing the Universe
|11 inches wide by 9 inches high
|Fine Art Paper, Canvas, Metal
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