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STUDENT ARTWORK   
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Danielle Vegliante '16
Weaves Silk
2015


Maggie Chou ‘18

The Threads of the Universe

Paper

12”x18”

2015

 

The design of this piece symbolizes the ideas of unity between the mind, body, spirit, and the soul of an individual, as well as finding inner peace within oneself and nature. The two circular shapes exhibit radial symmetry. The larger ring resembles a gear or a wheel with its spoke-like designs. The three-dimensional flower is the center bore. The Threads of the Universe is a portrayal of the connection between the cultural aspect of cherishing all things in life and secular ideas of math and science.



Allen Xie '17
Gears and machinery
Oil on canvas
2015

Inspiration: The complexity and  beauty of machinery was what inspired this piece. 


Brian Zhang '15
Mandelbrot Zoom Sequence
Computer-generated, animated .gif
300x300px, 300 frames, 12 MB
2015


Isabella Monaco '16
Shades of H2O
Low Fire White Clay, celadon crackle & heirloom silver glazes
2015

The inspiration for this set was geometric patterns and shades 
of different bodies of water.  


Lucy Plowe '16
Explorer
Digital image created in Photoshop
2015


Jessie Law '21
Octahedron Playing Card Sculpture 
2014


Christine Chow '16 
The Butterfly in the Shadows
Paper 
2015


Rushy Panchal '15

Mandelbrot Set: Logarithmic Coloring Scheme

Digital Art
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Austin Chen '15

STEM In Motion

I used Adobe Illustrator to make all the drawings and I used Adobe After Effects to put the video together.

2015

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Julianna Davis '17
Lone Fern
Digitally Manipulated Photography
2015
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Jonathan Zhang '15 and Brian Zhang '15
Splotch
Computer Generated
10k x 10k
2015


Lily Waxman '18

Untitled

Crayons, Photography

3264 x 2448 (iPhoto size)

2014


While art is different from science in many ways, they are also alike in many ways.  Art uses a mixture of individual colors and pigments to produce new and unique variations of those colors. Science does the same thing, but with elements. In my photograph, I am portraying how art uses science as part of the process.



Kirin Mueller '20
Senbazuru
Origami Paper
2015

I made a senbazuru, or four origami cranes attached by their tails (only one sheet of paper, no tape, no glue)


Theodore Coulson '20
Tiny Tinny Bot
Mixed-media
2014


Linda Chen
The Golden Icosahedron
Acryclic on white canvas
16"20"
2015


Rohit Mahtani '16
WXYZ Intersecting Planes
Origami Paper
2015


Talia Stewart
Clock or Paint Palette
Acrylic and Clock hardware on Illustration board

Inspiration: What happens when you blend a technology appliance tool with an image representing the arts. While they are put together in one piece, they are divided by a harsh black line.


Daniela Solovey
Right Brain/Left Brain
Acrylic and Graphic Pen on Illustration Board
2015


Madeleine Kachikian
Frozen Thirst
Photography
2014
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Lydia Mitchell '16
Untitled
Online graphing website: Desmos 
2015

Inspiration: Mrs. Thiam gave us a class project to create artistic math. This is what I came up with. The image is created using only math equations. 


Alexis Fiore '16
Eye of the Beholder
Acrylic on Canvas
2015

Inspiration: This is my painting of an abstract eye. I used my own eye as inspiration because of the vast majority of colors my eye seems to have whenever it's bright outside. I chose to paint an eye for this project because a lot of what goes into STEM related themes in the world is based off of what you see and observe, therefore having your eyes as a basis of understanding the complexity of STEM.


David Schulman '16

Untitled  

Weavesilk.com

2015



FACULTY ARTWORK


Rachel Brusky
Kaleidoscopic Meditation #3
Watercolor on paper
8"x8"
2011
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Artist Website: www.racheldeutsch.com


Lydia Scrivanich
Untitled
Pen and Ink
2005

My work was inspired by one of nature's greatest masterpieces, the snowflake. Working on my own version reminded me how wondrous an actual flake really is, with its symmetry and unique form. I used black india ink and used the stippling method to create areas of dense value and light.


Renee-Claire Pritchard
The Moon and the Stars
Cotton Yarn Knitting, Cotton Fabric Background
16"x20"
2015


Joseph Iwanski
Gasket
Paper
2015


Bill Biondolino
Una Selva Oscura: Issues of Geometry and Physics in a Dark Wood
Oil on Canvas
2014


Rachel Brusky
Flower of Life Candle Holder
Ceramic
5 1/2" wide x 8" high
2014
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Artist Website: www.racheldeutsch.com


Rachel Brusky
Interconnectivity
Acrylic on Canvas
2014
Artist Website: www.racheldeutsch.com