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|Learn and purchase products about tessellations, polyhedra, new perspectives (anamorphic art), fractals, M.C. Escher, tangrams and dissections, kaleidoscopes and symmetry, and paper folding. The gallery of mathematical art contains twisted ribbons and minimal-energy-surface sculpture by Brent Collins, Escheresque tessellation paintings by Hop David, Escheresque and fractal tessellation prints by Robert Fathauer, digital fractal prints by Kerry Mitchell, anamorphoses and impossible figures by Istvan Orosz, computer-aided mathematical sculpture by Carlo Séquin, and painted spheres, in six-point perspective, by Dick Termes. With an introductory article, "Why combine math and art?" and profiles in math and art. Also available at http://mathartgallery.com/|
|Levels:||Elementary, Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12), College|
|Resource Types:||Graphics, Commercial Businesses|
|Math Topics:||Fractals, Polyhedra, Triangles and Other Polygons, Symmetry/Tessellations, Art|
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