Ian Sammis, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Holy Names University, is exhibiting a piece of his mathematically inspired art in a group show at the Sun Gallery in Hayward though August 27. The piece, Hexdecapole, is an 18″ square digital print on canvas. It plots equipotential surfaces generated by 16 random charges arranged in a circle.
From the Sun Gallery’s website:
July 27, 2011 — August 27, 2011
Artist Reception and Fundraiser: Saturday, August 20, Noon -5pm.
Artists/members will provide the potluck, and guests will be asked to donate $5.00 for a wonderful meal and party celebrating the artists and a wonderful art exhibit!
Artists: Colin Herrick, Valerie Caveglia, Clint Imboden, Susan Parrish, Jacqueline Cooper, Amy Nelson Smith, Thomas Cory, Sheila Tajima, Donnasue Jacobi, Fernando Amaro, Marjorie Wagner, Maxton Dramite, Linda Longinotti, Dickson Schneider, Ruey Syrop, Kay Athos, Barbara Maricle, Diane La Mountaine, Nick Calarco, Mercie Harris, Tracy Ricks, Patra Steffes, Lynn Hossom, Christa Schanda, Ron Orpitelli, Linda Longinotti, Andre Manriquez, Jane Neilson, Laura Williams, Wanda Kersey, Alex Miloradovich, Joseph Slusky, Ian Sammis, Natalie Juntz, James Faulkner, Joannie Miller, Christine Bender, Janet Atteberry, Kenneth Mahar, Kathleen Ball-Wolfe