Works (Plays?) This is excerpted from my exhibit at the Martha Gault Gallery February 20 through March 23, 2006.


Word cows
Rotarium
Pop-Corn
Op-pop
Approaching egg-speed
Moiré patterns
Qui-x-otic graphics
Quasi-modal graphics
Quasi-modal music
Picture weaver
Sinusoidal Headaches
Rectangles 1
Bézier flotation device
              Neo-Emma by Jane Austen-not
Explorations
Clutter
Ovaling
Magic jig-saw
Moiré eggballs
Experiment with cloning eggs
Mexican hat cyclone meets
        assessment bureaucracy
Olives, each with pimento
Random faces
Checker out
Derivations

Note
Several of these are
SVG and require
appropriate browers.

Samples of still art
(hung on walls)


Arts and Sciences (a.k.a. fun and games ... and law and government and religion and Harrisburg and so forth)
1. indentation -- Rule 78.12.b as adopted by APSCUF June 30, 1938: No subheading may stand alone. All subordinate clauses must be approved no fewer than three months prior to their inclusion in any rubric.
2. references:
Edwin Austen Abbey: artist for a modern government