## Artists

## Statement

My work is composed primarily of computer-generated, mathematically-inspired, abstract images. I draw from the areas of geometry, fractals, and numerical analysis, and combine them with image-processing technology. The resulting images powerfully reflect the beauty of mathematics that is often obscured by dry formulae and analyses. An overriding theme that encompasses all of my work is the wondrous beauty and complexity that flow from a few, relatively simple, rules. Inherent in this process are feedback and connectivity; these are the elements that generate the patterns. They also demonstrate to me that mathematics is, in many cases, a metaphor for the beauty and complexity in life. This is what I try to capture.

## Artworks

This image is made up of 30 curves. Each curve is the halfway shape between an equilateral triangle and a square, found through Lagrange interpolation. In addition to the triangle and the square, two regular hexagons were used as base shapes, resulting in a cubic interpolating polynomial for each point on each curve. The 30 curves represent thirty different rotation angles of the hexagons, between 0 and 60 degrees. The title comes from the colors used and the time at which it was created.