Nelson J. Diaz is a Leonardo Journal manuscript reviewer, artist, visual physicist and a STEAM educator. Diaz is also and an award winning artist of historical preservation specializing in Italian style architecture. In 2006, he was awarded a grant from the Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation as well as the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation in the fine arts. In 2015, he received received the Historical Society of Rockland County a Merit Award for Adaptive Use. His monumental work started in the 1980s on non-Euclidean geometry in art combining systems thinking with multiple disciplines like super computers, complex mathematical topology, physics and quantum mechanics. Creating the term mathematical art representation (MAR) that could possibly define, pictorially, Einstein's dream the Unified Field Theory of everything. Diaz received a degree an honorary award of the visual arts from Florida International University for his thesis work on non-Euclidean geometry and the fourth dimension in art. In 2021, Nelson Diaz continues his work on geometry, physics and further develops the works of Leonardo Da Vinci and British artist Francis Bacon in situating a new framework both in the visual arts and string and loop quantum gravity theory in the bi-dimensional surface of the painting. Nelson J. Diaz artwork is in many private and public collections from the University of Miami, Calder Medical Library as well as the Neuberger Museum of Modern Art in Purchase, New York.