Visions of the Cosmos
E. Lee Wilson, Jr. is creating and developing a series of science-based artwork, called “Cosmos”. He is using this work to introduce science concepts in astronomy, planetary science, and even astrophysics, to audiences of all ages.
Lee has shown his Cosmos artwork at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, the Eastern Florida State College Planetarium and Observatory, Kennedy's Apollo/Saturn V Center, Spacefest, in Tucson, Arizona, and for the Space for Art Foundation and Constellation Foundation, as well as in several fine art galleries in the southeastern United States.
He has recently created a new science-based art exhibition, "Visions of the Cosmos", for the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) in Tampa, Florida. The exhibit was part of the Space for Art exhibition, produced by the Space for Art Foundation.
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