For three millennia, artists have created physical renderings of geometry in their artwork—a style often referred to as Geometric Art. As precise as this often is, it is not true geometry.
Michael Schultheis expands the definition of Geometric Art with a process called Analytical Expressionism: the conceptual rendering of geometry through the elegant and eloquent visual language of mathematics. For those without a mathematics background, Michael paints the geometry as he sees it. However, viewers who know mathematics read the equations in the work and see the geometry for themselves on the internal chalkboard of their minds.
This conceptual approach to geometry in art is, for the first time, true geometry in art.