# Michaelina Wautier: ‘Triumph of Bacchus’ &  √ϕ

Michaelina Wautier: ‘Triumph of Bacchus’ &  √ϕ. This is a bit premature because we have not yet diagramed the √ϕ or discussed Rabatment. (Update) We…

# Understanding the √5 : Part II

If we divide a square in half we get a √4 rectangle. Diagram 1 When we swing the diagonal of the √4 toward…

# Understanding the √5: Part I

The diagonal of the √4 swings to make a √5 rectangle. Diagram 1 & 2 The √5 is an irrational rectangle with…

# The Last Word?

To develop a complete mind, Study the science of art. Study the art of science. Learn how to see. Realize that everything connects…

# Ministry of Silly Talk

We Interrupt this broadcast to share some silly talk. Yesterday, this painting sold for \$450,312,500.00. Diagram 1 It’s attributed to Leonardo Da Vinci….

# A Couple of Squares

And so we continue… If we swing the diagonal of the √3 rectangle we make a √4 rectangle. The √4 = 2 so the ratio of the…

And so we continue the introduction of Dynamic Symmetry from our understanding of the √2 rectangle. A compass swing from the diagonal of…

# Dynamic Symmetry: Introduction

Yale University Press published ‘The Diagonal’ by Jay Hambidge in 1920. It was republished in 1926 as ‘The Elements of Dynamic Symmetry’. ‘Dynamic…