Monthly Archives: July 2011


Deeper and non-evident concepts

Matvei Petrovich Bronstein and his 1936 equations on a background of quantized chromodynamics. In trying to understand the essence of the world, of our own physical existence, theoretical structures that describe the forces of nature […]

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Thoughts on a Beach

Thoughts on a Beach, from the Metamorphosis series, 2011 It was during medical school at the University of Chicago, that I became overtaken by the love of art—I created oil paintings, visited art galleries and museums, and studied […]

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Mass Execution

Mass Execution, from the Metamorphosis series, 2011 While working at the Mayo Clinic, I decided to investigate one particular site of the wars between Native Americans and the US Army. The Sioux Uprising (also known as the […]

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