Starting today, Winston Wächter Fine Art Seattle welcomes
Bouquets, Luminaries, Menageries Stories told in Calculus,
the sixth solo exhibition with painter Michael Schultheis,
who translates the language of mathematics in a
He solves for beauty.
I am no math whiz.
It’s words not calculus I’m wired for.
The secret of my success in helping math students improve
came not from my ease with geometry but from the
resultant advantages of struggling with it.
Who doesn’t long to be joined in a struggle?
Connecting right-brain students with left-brain
concepts with creativity, abstraction, and
loving compassion was my challenge.
Michael’s process is
(the conceptual rendering of geometry
through the elegant and eloquent visual language
of mathematics), and the work becomes accessible
as he translates human behavior,
relationships, and situations mathematically.
He explains the speed at which we live our lives
in terms of dynamics, measures, and radius.
Schultheis now uses geometric models to
tell a story about what is going on in his life.
His work can be found in the collections of
*Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA
*United States Embassy, Athens, Greece and Bern, Switzerland
*The Mathematical Association of America, Washington DC
Exhibitions of his works have been held at
*The Howard Hughes Institute in Chevy Chase, MD
*The National Academies of Sciences in Washington, D.C.
Live anywhere near Seattle? It’s easy to do the math!
See the opening reception for
Bouquets, Luminaries, Menageries Stories
told in Calculus
Winston Wächter Fine Art Seattle
Thursday, November 3, 6 – 8 pm,
when the artist will be in attendance.
The exhibit with Michael Schultheis
is open through December 23, 2016.
Ever seen mathematics and painting converge like this before?
Peace to you right where you are.