Gravitational waves

Harmony of the spheres – “recurring” elements (The “Primavera” of S. Botticelli)

When we fall in love with Physics...

Memories of childhood: Pegasus’ constellation

Only thought

Someone says that we watch God through the telescope… Someone says instead that God watches us through the telescope…

8 June 2004. Passage of Venus in front of the Sun.

Thought geometries

From the strings to the extreme boundaries: the universe is music.

Ancient spaces, new dimensions

I love you… forever

Talk to me about infinite space, about faraway galaxies, about bright stars and living planets, fill my sleep with a long dream….


“Fiddledeedee”, and the universes are turned on...

The way it is, the way it should have been

The other side of the moon


...and there was the star that they had seen in the east, it was in front of them, until it stopped above the place where the Child...

“I have loved the stars too much to be afraid of the night” (Self-portrait)





η αθάνατος αλήθεια (the immortal truth)

…. On the Magenta lips the past, the present and the future seasons arise together … And among ancient marbles and enigmatic smiles...

Periodic table of the elements

Eclipse of Sun

“Harmony” (Mathematical fractals - “The sea horse valley”)

Flor de Luna

“Knockin’ On The Heaven’s Door” B. Dylan.

Panspermia (A tribute to Edwin Landseer, The Arab tent, 1866)

“Scientia Potentia est”

Music of spheres.

The Astronaut (In the space the man hasn’t just taken his own shadow)

Quantum physics: “non-local connection – Entaglement”

Production of star energy: the cycle proton-proton.

Endless challenge: Neutrino-Photon.



Planck Satellite

I sing about the beauty of the eternal becoming… (“Bolshoj simulation”)

The constellation of the “Canis Minor”

Escape to Egypt

Parallel universes

Space-time singularity: Hawking’s radiation

The place of primroses

“Nothing is created, nothing is destroyed…”

Free flight

Planetary Nebula : Abell 39

Supernovae: Shock Wave


Snowfall in Venice

“Space Art” was born in the United States in the first half of the last century. It is a new form of art: its main subjects are the universe and its landscapes. The artists of “Space Art” often work with scientists and astronomical centres of research to translate the technology and the space search into visual art. Chesley Bonestell, one of the pioneers of this new form of art, painted imaginary sceneries of faraway worlds, trying to be as close as possible to the scientific explanations of the astronomers he worked with. Today painters, sculptors and illustrators are followers of this artistic movement: they express themselves through cosmic sceneries and the universe is the inspiration of their art.