Art/Science

The art/science work has been influenced by research in astrophysics and neuroscience.

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Butterflies of the Soul, © 2013
Acrylic on mylar
60” x 32” x 7”

Cellular Dialogue © 2012
Acrylic on mylar
36” x 36” x 10”

Flare © 2012
Acrylic on mylar, fiberglass rods
25” x 21” x6”

Glial, © 2012
Acrylic on mylar,
16” x 8” x 8”

Growth Cone 1, © 2012
Acrylic on mylar
38” x 16” x 13”

Growth Cone 2, © 2012
Acrylic on mylar
38” x 16” x 10”

Illumination © 2012
Acrylic on mylar
36” x 36” x 10”

The Measure of All Things © 2012
Acrylic and graphite on mylar
25” x 144” x 6”

Catalyst, © 2013
Acrylic on mylar
10” x 10” x 2.5”

Energy Landscape, © 2013
Acrylic on mylar
37” x 35” x 7”

Resonance, © 2013
Acrylic on mylar
17” x 17” x 3.5”

Transporter, © 2013
Acrylic on mylar
20” x 20” x 5”

Read More About Rebecca at PBS.org

Portrait of a dyslexic artist, who transforms neurons into ‘butterflies’ at PBS.org, part of the PBS News Hour “Science Wednesday” series.