How beautiful is math? Quite!

Or maybe this could be called Fibonacci Fascination.

Huntingdon College students are wrapping up their spring semester, and the art majors celebrated their accomplishments with a student art exhibition. One assignment was based on a compositional “gimme” courtesy of Phidias, Plato, Euclid, Fibonacci, DiVinci and oh, well, I guess the rest of us..

.Spiral Lesson

At the top is the design of the “Golden Spiral” and then 5 paintings (by L to R: Ridley, Saefong, Swiger, Harrelson, Pickens) that “made it” into the student exhibition. Bottom is a 13’H X 21′ W installation at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts’ ARTWORKS Gallery designed by Professor Sartorius. The student exhibition runs April 8-18, 2013.

Art Show flyer3


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