The Four Colour Theorem
This work of Art is one of a kind and creates a stained-glass window effect by using glass and special purpose coloured pens. The piece comprises a handmade wooden frame surrounding the glass work with a specially designed mount to allow light to shine through and give the desired effect on the wall behind the work. The art work is based on the four colour theorem from mathematics which states that no more than four different colours are needed to colour in any design of lines - so that no one colour is next to a section of the same colour. The foreground gives advanced maths proving part of the theorem mathematically.
Size of the piece is 240mm x 748mm including the frame, the frame is 43mm deep but the front sits 103mm from the wall which leaves a gap for the light to reflect through onto the wall.
W 24.00 cm x H 74.80 cm
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About the Artist
Art has been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember. I have always loved to create and have experimented with different approaches to art since studying it at college. I studied Fine Art at A-level and achieved full marks in the final exam. At University I studied Mathematics and kept...