Self-portrait Covid-19.
An original acrylic on canvas. The background of the painting is taken from the electron micrograph images of the coronavirus. The red triangles are spike proteins on the surface of the virus that allow it to enter cells. The orange circles represent the envelope protein on the virus surface.

Climate Scientist Dr. Jeffrey Seale

Having worked in the fields of biochemistry and biophysics for more than 25 years, Dr. Seale has used his expertise to help develop innovations that improve the sustainability of agricultural systems. A recognized climate scientist, Jeff is currently working to develop market solutions and policy frameworks to accelerate the removal of greenhouse gas emissions in agriculture. Through achievements in science, policy, and advocacy, Dr. Seale is working to bring the goal of a more sustainable world to reality. He has been awarded four U.S. patents and is the author of ten peer-reviewed publications and two book chapters. Jeff Seale is the Environmental Stakeholder Strategy Manager & Science Fellow at Bayer Crop Science. He is also an accomplished painter, poet, guitar player, and father.