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# Tag Archives: art

## An Artist-Mathematician

I recently learned that Eric, a friend and colleague of mine, was an artist for 7 years before getting a Ph.D. in math. He was a sculptor and printmaker. Here is some of his work: Since learning that he was … Continue reading

## Knots for Tots

My son told me yesterday that math in school is boring, but math with me is fun. “I just don’t like doing all of those addition problems,” he told me. What could I say? I agree completely. I know that … Continue reading