Acrylic Math

Math-based acrylic paintings and giclee prints

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The Story of Art and Math

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(Giclee Prints on Large Gallery Wrapped Canvas
ONLY $216)

2-D Euclidean Shapes 881: Mexican Motif

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(Giclee Prints on Medium Gallery Wrapped Canvas
ONLY $108)

Random Circles 31 on the Cartesian Plane

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(Acrylics on Small Gallery Wrapped Canvas
ONLY $72)

Instant Speed 31

Non-Regular Tessellation 101

Non-Regular Tessellation 771: Shark Fins

Open Cube 31 on the 3-D Cartesian Space

Upward Parabola 32 on the Cartesian Plane

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(Giclee Prints on Small Gallery Wrapped Canvas
ONLY $60)

Non-Regular Tessellation 772: Climbing Aircraft

Non-Regular Tessellation 773: Shark Attack

Non-Regular Tessellation 774: Nostalgia

Pseudo-Hologram 31: Cubes

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(Acrylics on Small Canvas Panels
ONLY $48)

Average Speed 3 on the Cartesian Plane

Instant Speed 3 on the Cartesian Plane

Non-Regular Tessellation 31

Upward Parabola 31 on the Cartesian Plane

About Us

  • Acrylic Math is an online gallery for math-based acrylic paintings and giclee prints. The style of the artwork parallels the styles of Pieter Mondrian, Maurits Escher, and others but the designs are based on mathematics.

    The artwork is sold by Etsy. Etsy is an online retailer like Amazon and eBay.
  • After fleeing Cuba as a teenager in the early 60s, Dr. Anthony Rodriguez studied in the United States, worked in Corporate America, and became a successful entrepreneur. Later on, Dr. Rodriguez taught undergraduate courses at the University of Phoenix in Jersey City and at LIM College in Manhattan. Most recently, Dr, Rodriguez studied at the London Art College and the Shobo Music Academy, in Cliffside Park, New Jersey. Nowadays, Dr. Rodriguez is engaged in research, writing, drawing and painting, and playing the guitar.

    As a business person, Dr. Rodriguez traveled all over the world. As a private pilot, Dr. Rodriguez circled the Big Apple. And, as a scuba diver, Dr. Rodriguez eye-balled sharks in the Florida Keys.