Watercolor, paper, 11.7" X 8.2", 1999.
The projective plane can be realized as
a disc with identified points on the boundary, or as a sphere with cross-cups.
The fruits go through the transition between the states.
Watercolor, paper, 11.7" X 8.2", 1998.
The Arzela-Ascoli theorem is the statement about compactness of a set of continuous functions (here slices of the cake) over a compact set (here the triangle in the base).
Watercolor, paper, 8.5" X 10.5", 1998.
Acrylic, paper, 11" X 13", 2006.
Those sheep love stars more than grass. Tie them right, or they will fly away.
Oil, canvas, 16" X 19", 2006.
How many people in the world know more than one definition of sin(x)? How many mathematicians escape from the evil, sins and responsibilities of real life to their virtual world?