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Conan Chadbourne Art Exhibition
Drawing inspiration from mathematical and scientific themes that appear in traditional art forms—from medieval, illuminated manuscripts to Buddhist mandalas; geometric tiles in Islamic architecture to temple paintings in Japan; and African textiles to archaic Greek ceramics—artist Conan Chadbourne has long had a fascination with the intersection of art and the sciences. Chadbourne’s intricate and evocative work reflects his background in mathematics and science. Since earning his Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics and physics from New York University in 2011, he has worked in experimental physics research, digital imaging and printing, graphic design, and documentary film production. Chadbourne’s artwork—high-definition inkjet prints—is a mix of hand-drawn and computer imaging. “In recent years, I’ve reintroduced more organic or biomorphic forms into my work,” stated the artist. “The new prints are really a continuation of the older works, but layered, with mathematical textures over the biological shapes.” Chadbourne frequently exhibits at the Bridges Conference for Mathematics in the Arts, an annual conference sponsored by the Bridges Organization, a group that fosters research, practice, and new interest in mathematical connections to art, music, architecture, education, and culture.
Jan. 23-April 23
Beeville Art Museum BEEVILLE, Texas