George Muller

Edward O. Wilson, the respected scientist and philosopher wrote, “The greatest enterprise ofthe mind has always been and always will be the attempted linkage of the sciences, humanities and the arts.” He uses the rare word consilience when referring to this “jumping together” of knowledge. Muller’s work involves his own use of consilience as he examines and explores the world around him. Elements in his work include physics, biology, history and literature. His etchings are multi-layered, technically exciting and fascinatingly detailed.

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