Edward Belbruno is an acclaimed painter and an astrophysicist. He is currently a visiting research collaborator at Princeton University. His artistic credits include many international exhibitions including Paris, Rome, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., New York, Minneapolis. Recently, he was a featured artist with Joan Meyer at the National Art Club in New York City. One of his paintings is part of NASA’s executive collection in Washington, D.C. and he has several in Princeton University’s permanent collection. His work has been exhibited at Lincoln Center and at Gallery 61. His artwork was also featured in NPR’s Studio 360.
In his latest book, "Fly Me to the Moon: An Insider's Guide to the New Science of Space Travel", Belbruno tells a story that is part memoir, part scientific adventure story. The Cosmic Chaotic Pathways Exhibition illustrates his transitory style from theoretical research to abstract art.