Here you’ll find images and links to some of my original mathematical art. Click for more information and pictures.
My earliest love of mathematics came when I realized its utility in creating beautiful things. As a third grader (and ever since), I spent countless afternoons drawing stars and patterned shapes with a protractor or compass. In my work as a teacher I get to share that beauty in creation with my students. In my art I sometimes try to illuminate the complex structure and interconnectedness of simple, patterned objects. I’m compelled to understand complete spaces of related works and how my choices as an artist locate me within that space.
A series of polyhedral sculptures made from repurposed fruit crates and brass fasteners.
A series of polyhedral sculpture I made stapling Dixie cone cups together.
A pair of stop-motion animations featuring the Yoshimoto cube and a new paper model.
A series of digital images and sculpture exploring the space of regular star polygons.
A page of pieces that might not belong in another category or deserve a page of their own.