MathArt Platform Descriptions

Open MathArt MakeArt.
December 2020

The MathArt Development Team has finished MathArt MakeArt The MathArt MakeArt is just for fun! Just press the button and see what shows up. Use the sliders to modify the random generators art.

This application has the following new features.
1. The ArtData Area has 3 new buttons.
Export Art
2. The Download Art and the Export Art
capture the background color. This is a big addition!
3. The Export button saves the ArtData and then Downloads the art.
4. The BigArt button sets resolution to 5000x5000 this image size is suitable for making Blankets.

Kaleidoscope-MathArt is Under Construction
January 2021

The MathArt Development Team is developing a never-ending Kalidoscope of patterns Kaleidoscope MathArt

Open MathArt ColoringBook.

December 2020

The MathArt ColoringBook is just for creatring pictures to color! Just press the button and see what shows up. Use the sliders to modify the art.

This application has the following new features.
1. The stroke width is 2 px for all layers.
2. The Download Art Button is included in the MakeArt Button set.

Open MathArtCreator.
July 2020

MathArt Creator. The purpose of the MathArt Project is to reveal the relationship between art and math. We hope to excite young creative kids to want to study Mathematics.

This application works on laptops, tablets, and desktops. Using the Chrome Browser gives the best experience, since it used Google's Angular 5 for the development. It has not yet been adapted for phone screens. MathArt Creator now has creative containers where you can mix your primitives and manipulate their positions.

Bradyn, age 12, says "kids can play with MathArt Creator to learn fun ways of [using] math and creating extraordinary art pieces."

We added a Quick Navigation menu to junp to the tool's control areas.

Go to the Release Notes. there you will find links to MathArt's creative control areas.

Open MathArt Lesson 2020.

July 2020

MathArt Lesson 2020 was developed for the USD STEAM Academy.
It includes an embedded lesson (From Math to Art Lesson Interface) window to explain the interface.
It includes exercises for the viewers to do while the demonstration was presented.

Video of MathArt's Creative Samples

August 2018

The Patterns are by Paul Gary Phillips.
The Music is by Michael Carroll.

Mathart Lesson 2020 Steam Conference Demonstration

© 2020 Paul Gary Phillips

July 2020

Recored at the USD Steam Conference Saturday July 25, 2020. Written permission is required to use or edit this video. Email:

About the Creator of MathArt
Paul Gary Phillips

More Places to Go

MathArt Original
MathArt Color
MathArt Zoom
MathArt Coloring Book