In the Friday, August 5th, edition of The Oregonian, Bob Hicks writes:
"Froelick is also showing a large selection of recent acrylic paintings by Seattle artist Michael Schultheis, who describes his work as drawing on the mathematics of Euclid and Menelaus -- plane geometry and spherical trigonometry, "a triangular ship's sail" and "the wind that billows the sail into a volumetric form." These things are undoubtedly present in these large abstracts, but I find myself captured by their elusive movement (no doubt the mathematics of the equation) and their bright, eye-smacking color. Theory be damned: The things just look good."
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