Michael Schultheis

"As humans, we have a fascinating capacity to visualize mathematics. Our analytical concepts can be visualized, written down in notation, and then shared as a logical and visual language for others. These creative issues from our minds are analytical expressions, and the visual process of rendering them is analytical expressionism. This is the world I explore while painting." - Michael Schultheis

Schultheis was recently interviewed on NPR's Science Friday program, and his paintings were featured in solo exhibits at the The Howard Hughes Medical Institute at the Janelia Research Campus near Washington, DC, and the US Embassy in Athens, Greece. In 2005, Michael was selected to have a solo exhibition at the Rotunda Gallery, National Academy of Sciences in Washington, DC.

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Michael  Schultheis Archimedes Ellipses 02
A Little Plum Tea with John Venn, 2017
36 x 60 in
Michael  Schultheis Archimedes Ellipses 02
Celadon Venn Constellations, 2017
36 x 48 in
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