Quantum Mechanics Midterm Woodgrain Block 02
Acrylic ink on wood block. In Spring 2021, I studied graduate quantum mechanics online, and we had a challenging midterm on which I performed well and about which I created art. This piece shows the application of several substitution tricks for transforming a third-order homogeneous differential equation into a second-order differential equation at the cost of it becoming inhomogeneous. (Buyers and studio visitors are welcome to a line-by-line explanation of the process.)
My quantum woodgrain block paintings combine the natural, wave-like grain texture of wood with the wave functions of quantum mechanics in an attempt to reconcile my studies in physics with my work in the studio.
This piece is 6"×8"×3/4" and ready to hang.