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  1. Big Maths Week Spring 2015The Art of Maths

  2. Deluanay • Born in Paris, France. • Lived from 1885 – 1941. • Died aged 56. • His art is famous for its strong shapes and bold colours.

  3. Kandinskey • Born in Russia. • Lived from 1866 – 1944. • Died aged 77. • His style of painting changed a great deal during his lifetime. Shapes were just one source of inspiration.

  4. David Whyte Born in Dublin, Ireland Art created using programming language called Processing By using basic shapes and colours, the Gifs draw attention to motion http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2735787/Art-hidden-maths-Hypnotic-Gifs-reveal-mesmerising-movement-equations.html

  5. Baden Born in Yorkshire, England. Use grids and proportion to create beautiful art works with circles and watercolours

  6. Tarrington Another local artist from Liverpool, England Uses overlapping rectangles, paying particular attention to their perimeters to make unique art pieces

  7. Baker • A smiley local artist born in Liverpool, England • Loves using mathematical shapes and rotating them around a large grid

  8. St Elizabeths Art Competition Can you use maths to create a masterpiece? Competition Deadline: Friday 13th February