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Prize: Mathematical Art Exhibition Award
 
Mathematical Art Exhibition Award 2019 James Mai; Elizabeth Paley; Matt Enlow

Award announcement as seen in the news release.


Mathematical Art Exhibition Award 2018 Frank A. Farris; David Honda

Tenth award: Best photograph, painting, or print was awarded to Frank A Farris for "A Gooseberry/Fibonacci Spiral", a 51 x 51 cm digital print. Best textile, sculpture, or other medium was awarded to David Honda for "Dodecahedral 11-Hole Torus", made of cardstock paper and measures 34 x 37 x 37 cm. Honorable Mention was awarded to Ekaterina Lukasheva for "Excentrica", paper with spray paint and measures 52 x 52 x 5 cm.

Award announcement as seen in the news release.


Mathematical Art Exhibition Award 2017 Doug Dunham; John Shier; Jiangmei Wu

Ninth award: Best photograph, painting, or print was awarded to Doug Dunham and John Shier for "Fractal Monarchs," a 30 x 40 cm digital print. Best textile, sculpture, or other medium was awarded to Jiangmei Wu for "Torus", made of Hi-tec Kozo Paper and 45 x 45 x 20 cm. Honorable Mention was awarded to Mary Klotz for " AAABBB, two juxtapositions: Dots & Blossoms, Windmills & Pinwheels". This work made of hand dyed silk ribbon is 66 x 46 x 3 cm.

Award announcement as seen in the news release.


Mathematical Art Exhibition Award 2016 Karl Kattchee; George Hart

Eighth award: Best photograph, painting, or print was awarded to Karl Kattchee for for "45 Poppies," a 18 x 31 cm digital print. Best textile, sculpture, or other medium was awarded to George Hart for Sword Dancing". The work is made of wood (dyed) and cable ties and measures 32 x 45 x 45 cm. Honorable Mention was awarded to Robert Orndorff for "OSU Triptych No. 2". The paper and acrylic triptych is 20 x 46 cm.


Mathematical Art Exhibition Award 2015 Kerry Mitchell; Susan Goldstine; Aaron Pfitzenmaier

Seventh award: Best photograph, painting, or print was awarded to Kerry Mitchell for "Penrose Pursuit 2," a 16" high x 20" wide digital print onto an aluminum panel. Best textile, sculpture, or other medium was awarded to Susan Goldstine for "Map Coloring Jewelry Set". The set includes glass beads, gold-filled beads, thread, and ear wires. Honorable Mention was awarded to Aaron Pfitzenmaier for "15 Irregular Hexahedra," made of paper, 10.5" x 10.5" x 10.


Mathematical Art Exhibition Award 2014 Conan Chadbourne; Robert Fathauer; Faye E. Goldman

Sixth award: "Enigmatic Plan of Inclusion I and II," by Conan Chadbourne was awarded Best photograph, painting, or print. "Three-Fold Development," by Robert Fathauer was awarded Best textile, sculpture, or other medium. "Blue Torus," by Faye E. Goldman received Honorable Mention.


Mathematical Art Exhibition Award 2013 Vladimir Bulatov; Kevin Lee; Susan Goldstine

Fifth award: Vladimir Bulatov was awarded best photograph, painting, or print for his work "Bended Circle Limit III," a 24 x 24 inch digital print. Kevin Lee for was awarded best textile, sculpture, or other medium for his inlaid wooden box, "Inlaid Wooden Boxes of Makoto Nakamura's Tessellations," 4 x 4 x 4 inches, made of cherry, maple, walnut, oak, butternut, and mahogany. Susan Goldstine received honorable mention for "Tessellation Evolution," her beaded necklace, 18 inches x 15 inches, made of glass beads, gold-plated glass beads, onyx beads, gold-plated clasp, and thread.


Mathematical Art Exhibition Award 2012 Sylvie Donmoyer; Thomas Hull; Robert Lang; Ray Schamp; Carlo H. Séquin

Fourth award: First place to Sylvie Donmoyer for "Still Life with Magic Square" ; second place award to Thomas Hull, Robert Lang, and Ray Schamp for "Pleated Multi-sliced Cone,"; and third place award to Carlo H. Séquin for "Lawson's Minimum-Energy Klein Bottle."


Mathematical Art Exhibition Award 2011 Margaret Kepner; Carlo H. Séquin; Anne Burns

Third award: First place award to to Margaret Kepner for "Magic Square 25 Study" ; second place award to Carlo H. Séquin for "Torus Knot"(5,3); and third place award to Anne Burns for "Circles on Orthogonal Circles."

Award announcement as seen in Notices of the AMS.


Mathematical Art Exhibition Award 2010 Robert Bosch; Harry Benke; Richard Werner

Second award: First place award to Robert Bosch for "Embrace"; second place award to Harry Benke for "The Vase"; and third place award to Richard Werner for "Meditations on f(x,y) = x2/2 + xy/2 - y4/8."

Award announcement as seen in Notices of the AMS.


Mathematical Art Exhibition Award 2009 Goran Konjevod; Carlo Séquin; Robert Fathauer

First award: First place award to Goran Konjevod, for his origami work, "Wave (32), 2006"; second place award to Carlo Séquin, for his sculpture, "Figure-8 Knot, 2007"; and third place award to Robert Fathauer, for "Twice Iterated Knot No. 1, 2008.

Award announcement as seen in Notices of the AMS.