Barton Rubenstein has released his first book, a memoir about his career as a scientist and artist, and how losing his mother inspired him during his lifetime, despite her absence. More info:

Barton Rubenstein is an internationally renowned sculptor, scientist and environmentalist. He has completed over 100 public art projects around the world, including city and state projects, parks, corporate, commercial and academic institutions, as well as private residences. He typically works with stainless steel and bronze.

Fascinated with various elements of nature, Rubenstein focuses on water, kinetics, light, and suspension.

“The goal of my artwork is first to create a level of intrigue, and then to allow for the gradual discovery of its secrets and complexities.”

Rubenstein is also focused on his
Global Environment-Saving Initiative,
the Mother Earth Project and Parachutes For The Planet®.

Using Math and Science in His Artwork

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