Drawing inspiration from mathematical and scientific themes that appear in traditional art forms—from Medieval illuminated manuscripts to Buddhist mandalas; geometric tiles in Islamic architecture to temple paintings in Japan; and African textiles to archaic Greek ceramics--artist Conan Chadbourne has long had a fascination with the intersection of art and the sciences.

Chadbourne’s artwork, high-definition inkjet prints, is a mix of hand drawn and computer imaging. “In recent years, I’ve reintroduced more organic or biomorphic forms into my work,” stated the artist.  “The new prints are really a continuation of the older works, but layered, with mathematical textures over the biological shapes.”


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Beeville Art Museum