Calabi Yau refers to a geometrical manifold that yields applications in the branch of theoretical physics called superstring (supersymmetric string) theory, M-theory, or just string theory. This manifold is said by theorists of this science to include the extra dimensions of space that bring it to a total of 10 to 26 spacetime dimensions, which led to the idea of mirror symmetry. This theory, which postulates the existence of supersymmetric strings of the Planck length (about 10−33 cm) that vibrate at resonant frequencies, attempts to harmonize gravity with the three forces of quantum mechanics. My calabi yau painting depicts a calabi yau manifold suspended in a space filled with vibrating strings that come together in various configurations that might ultimately lead to the creation of time, space and matter. I am no physicist, but this image allows the contemplation of the subject upon which I have read considerably.