“The poet, too, is not so concerned with describing facts as with creating images.” — Niels Bohr
At Princeton there once were three offices in a row, occupied by the faculty members, Albert Einstein, Robert Oppenheimer, and Niels Bohr. “Physics is Phun”, which was one of my physics teacher’s oft-repeated catch-phrases, is about high school physics and the oaken, blackboard darkness that served as its classroom. Niels Bohr was revered there, for his genius and opinions, as a young man and as an elder in his field. Using Spin-Art as a sketch tool, I created what appears to be a radiating splatter of chalk on a blackboard, as if that day’s lesson was on centrifugal force. A square format, therefore, made the most sense. The furniture is dappled with light as if from trees outside, with a composition book pattern.