Book Signing

Quantum Sense

How to Ally with Change, Growth, and Creativity

Robert Glick

September 1, 2019
6pm - 8pm

Quantum Sense is common sense. It is your spark of curiosity, adaptation and change found in the unravelling of the universe and the mutation of neural connections that give voice to consciousness. It kisses life and light, breath and death, language and thought, drama and emotion. It hides in green buds and black decay, in every face of creation and destruction. Resolute and beautiful, terrifying and inspiring, it is in your blood and your heartbeat, your pulse and impulse.

Quantum Sense is much more than a book — it’s a philosophy. Every page is dedicated to the underlying principle that no ideology or view of the world should be offered or accepted which does not fully account for both the joyful privilege of being alive and the want of being human.

Quantum Sense is a guide into the most powerful force in the universe. Recounting the origins of change, growth and creativity, the author reveals nature’s own perpetual motion machine, and demonstrates how it creates a world that is adaptive and alive.

Quantum Sense is a self-help book. It asserts that you can employ the very forces that design and direct the universe because they can be found in the ever-changing assemblage of particles that make up you and your world.

About Robert

As an undergraduate at Santa Clara University, Robert was impressed by the tenacity of the human condition and intrigued by the forces that drive mindful change. Questions about growth and creativity led him to a more thorough analysis of nature’s generative properties. Robert began painting top discover ways in which language could coalesce with visual composition to achieve a higher form of expression. Encompassing the abstract, conceptual and figurative, much of Robert’s art deals with the changing face of nature and the human condition. In 2007, Robert began mixing transformational elements, such as fire, with more conventional mediums, such as oils, inks, and acrylics, to create lasting impressions of transient nature. Given his affinity for transitional mediums, his reverence for all aspects of nature, and his desire to celebrate life, in 2010, Robert began merging cremated ashes into memorial art to create posthumous monuments. Robert’s work has been shown in museums and select solo and group exhibitions and art events in New York City, Houston, San Diego, and other locations. He now divides his studio time between conventional and memorial commissions and writing about practical ways to improve the quality of life using the power of creativity. Robert’s website about the generative process can be found at, and his art can be found at