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Top : Science : Math : Geometry : Sculpture and Art (17 web sites)
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Art Geometry and Abstract Culture
Computer Graphics, Art, Math, Geometry, and Abstract Sculpture are closely related. These activities are trying to transcend the boundaries between the fields. With images of models and sculptures.
http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~sequin/ART/

GeomeTricks
Explore complex geometric structures based upon the 'basic joint'; an interconnectable joint composed of four intersecting sets of three triangular prisms. Includes assembly instructions, sculpture photographs and interactive virtual 3D models.
http://www.geometricks.com/

Geometry Gallery
Spatial designs by Vedder Wright.
http://world.std.com/~vwright/gallery.shtml

Islamic and Geometric Art
A personal journey through aspects of geometric art with particular reference to Islamic design. Includes full descriptions and methods for building often complex structures.
http://www.geometricdesign.co.uk/

Ken Snelson
The art and tensegrity sculptures of Ken Snelson.
http://www.grunch.net/snelson/

Math Art Gallery
Knots, surfaces and fractals.
http://www.math.ru.nl/knopen/art_gallery.html

Polynomiography
Features images based on polynomial equations. Includes online drawing software, along with user's tutorial.
http://www.polynomiography.com/

Sculptures by Carlo H. Squin
Includes photos of knots and tangles, mathematical models of surfaces, and stereolithography models.
http://www.eecs.berkeley.edu/~sequin/SCULPTS/sequin.html

Synergetic Geometry
Richard Hawkins' digital archive.
http://www.newciv.org/Synergetic_Geometry/

Tips and Tricks to Gothic Geometry
Full explanatory diagrams for constructing your own rose window, ogee arch, and trifoil tracery.
http://www.newyorkcarver.com/geometry/geometry.htm

Un-disassemble-able Object by Jack Snoeyink
A sculpture representing research results on the number of hands that a robot would need to assemble collections of simple geometric objects.
http://www.cs.ubc.ca/nest/imager/contributions/snoeyink/sculpt.html