About Us

We have created Neutron Art
to inspire the next generation
to interconnect art and science.


Our Story

We started our journey with the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope on December 22, 2021. One of the James Webb Space Telescope's science goals is to look back through time to when galaxies were young. Webb will do this by observing galaxies that are very distant, at over 13 billion light-years away from us.

Just like Webb, we have started our journey into the unknown and waiting to see what we might discover. Just like Webb, our journey is full of unknown challenges but we’ll try our best to make Neutron Art the platform to interconnect art and science

Our Inspiration

We have been using visual art to document the science world since the beginning of civilization. From the cave paintings of animals to paintings of century-old scientific experiments opened the door for breakthroughs.

One of the most inspiring works of the interconnection between art and science world is The Starry Night painting by Vincent van Gogh. What makes this painting special is the use of Turbulence. Researchers analyzing Vincent van Gogh's The Starry Night show that its swirling structures have turbulent properties matching those observed in the molecular clouds that give birth to stars.

Our Vision

Lots of creativity is needed to make scientific achievements, and art is often an expression or a result of a scientific breakthrough. Consider the science of selecting colors in the correct order, or creating perspective in art, or even imagining the dance of a neutron. That's why we have created Neutron Art to inspire the next generation to interconnect art and science.