Over the course of twenty years perfecting this art form the artist is able to create each image by manipulating the growth of a microscopic crystal no larger than the point of a pin, while being observed on a microscope slide with sophisticated Zeiss research laboratory microscopes.
The crystals are composed of the chemistry extracted from an endless array of materials, not limited to coffee, tea, wine, spirits, beer, pharmaceuticals, complex chemicals, human hair and even the chemistry extracted from the spices in curry soup.
The image color is the crystal’s natural “birefringence,” as adjusted through cross polarization by the artist. What is created and observed through the microscope, is the final art image
The image is captured using German, (Jenoptik, GmbH.) state of the art, microscope cameras, converted into digital files for sizing and production as an original or limited edition piece of art. Microvision manages Art production under stringent quality control by a “‘Hahnemühle Certified Studio” production house located near our offices in Miami, Florida, printing imagery on Hahnemühle archival fine art paper or stretched on canvas.