Geometric Khaos

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Geometric Khaos

Description: In the artwork, chaos dictates the dizzying display of geometric lines and shapes. The style parallels the style of Mondrian, Kandinsky, and others but is based on math.
Specifications: 12 in by 16 in by 3/4 in (30.48 cm by 40.64 cm by 1.90 cm) giclee print on a stretched canvas (unframed).
Math: GEOMETRY, from the Greek geo (land) and the Greek metria (measurement), is the branch of mathematics that focuses on objects on a plane. Euclides, the Greek philosopher and mathematician, in a book titled The Elements of Geometry, set forth, in great detail, the foundations of modern geometry. CHAOS, from the Greek khaos (empty), nowadays, is defined as lack of organization.

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