Leon Witthuhn matriculated from Grey College in Bloemfontein in 1987. He completed a Plumbing Tradesmanship from the Thechnische Hochschule in Aschaffenburg in Germany in 1995. He successfully established and managed a plumbing construction business for twenty years in Cape Town. He then returned to Bloemfontein and enrolled in a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts degree at the University of the Free State (UFS) in 2016 and completed the degree in 2019. In 2020 he enrolled for a Master’s in Arts in Fine Arts at the UFS. Leon Witthuhn is interested in science and art and the relationship between these two remote fields. In his art he previously explored the impact of facial detection application on society. His recent inquiries into the infinity of our universe and the infinity of black holes inspired him to find patterns in unusual places in an attempt to unlock new meaning. Leon is currently working on scientific images. How they are made and how they are perceived by society. His artworks have been included in the final selection for the Phatshoane Henney New Breed Art, the PPC Imaginarium and the SASOL New Signature competitions.