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I create systems for visual articulation of mathematics as a way to generate random visual patterns through form and color distribution by utilizing Pascal’s Triangle, sequences from the infinite numbers pi and e, and the grid.

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## e Strings 367

#### Graphite lines map 367 digits from within the infinite number e.

#### Graphite and oil painting ground on panel.

#### size: **31 x 31 x 1 inches**

#### year: **2013**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## pi Grid 321

#### This grid maps 321 digits from within the infinite number pi.

#### Graphite, colored pencil, and oil painting ground on panel.

#### size: **31 x 31 x 1 inches**

#### year: **2013**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## e Grid 701

#### This grid maps the first 701 digits of the infinite number e.

#### Graphite, PITT pen, and gesso on panel.

#### size: **17 x 24 x 1 inches**

#### year: **2013**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Pi in Pascal's Triangle Square

#### The form of each triangle is based on the first four rows of Pascal's Triangle. The four colors used are distributed using the first 30 digits of pi. Color was inspired by landscape.

#### Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.

#### size: **45 x 48 x 2 inches**

#### year: **2010**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Pi in Pascal's Triangle Square (detail)

#### The form of each triangle is based on the first four rows of Pascal's Triangle. The four colors used are distributed using the first 30 digits of pi. Color was inspired by landscape.

#### Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.

#### size: **45 x 48 x 2 inches**

#### year: **2010**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Organic pi Graph 119

#### This graph maps the first 119 digits of the infinite number pi.

#### Mixed media on panel.

#### size: **24 x 17 x 1 inches**

#### year: **2013**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Pi Line Sequence

####

#### Encaustic and oil stick on panel

#### size: **24 x 24 inches**

#### year: **2011**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Pi Charts 32 & 39

#### Pi Charts utilize a traditional crochet format based on patterns created on a grid, where squares are either filled or left open. Using this charting system, Pi Chart 32 articulates the first 32 digits of pi and Pi Chart 39 the first 39. Each uses a different articulation system to reveal a unique pattern.

#### Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.

#### size: **24 x 53 x 4 inches**

#### year: **2012**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Pi Chart 32

#### Pi Charts utilize a traditional crochet format based on patterns created on a grid, where squares are either filled or left open. Using this charting system, Pi Chart 32 articulates the first 32 digits of pi.

#### Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.

#### size: **24 x 25 x 4 inches**

#### year: **2012**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Pi Chart 39

#### Pi Charts utilize a traditional crochet format based on patterns created on a grid, where squares are either filled or left open. Using this charting system, Pi Chart 39 articulates the first 39 digits of pi.

#### Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.

#### size: **23 x 24 x 3 inches**

#### year: **2012**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Grids

#### Grid Series utilizes traditional crochet stitch patterns to create grids.

#### Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.

#### size: **24 x 53 x 6 inches**

#### year: **2012**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Grid (7+ strings folded into 1 dimension)

#### Part of a series that utilizes traditional crochet stitch patterns to create grids.

#### Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.

#### size: **24 x 24 x 6 inches**

#### year: **2012**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Off Grid

#### Part of a series that utilizes traditional crochet stitch patterns to create grids.

#### Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.

#### size: **23 x 24 x 2 inches**

#### year: **2012**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## SKU Grid

####

#### Cast encaustic with image transfer on panel.

#### size: **8 x 8 x 1 inches**

#### year: **2012**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Sati e . . . 459045235360

#### This work utilizes 12 digits from within the infinite number e to create shapes and plot spatial relationships.

#### Encaustic on panel

#### size: **11 x 26 inches**

#### year: **2013**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Etude from pi . . .73467 (side view)

#### Etude from pi . . . 73467 is a direct articulation of a sequence of 5 consecutive digits from within the infinite number pi. The value of each digit determines a unit’s depth.

#### Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.

#### size: **38 x 35 x 16 inches**

#### year: **2009**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Etude from pi . . .73467

#### Etude from pi . . . 73467 is a direct articulation of a sequence of 5 consecutive digits from within the infinite number pi. The value of each digit determines a unit’s depth.

#### Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.

#### size: **38 x 35 x 16 inches**

#### year: **2009**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Blue poles . . . 4946847418 from pi

####
Blue poles . . . 4946847418 from pi, a diptych, is a straight forward articulation of a sequence from within the number pi expressed through the yellow panels; the larger the numerical value, the wider the panel.

#### Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.

#### size: **24 x 63 x 5 inches**

#### year: **2010**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Blue poles . . . 4946847418 from pi (side view)

####
Blue poles . . . 4946847418 from pi
Blue poles . . . 4946847418 from pi, a diptych, is a straight forward articulation of a sequence from within the number pi expressed through the yellow panels; the larger the numerical value, the wider the panel.

#### Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.

#### size: **24 x 63 x 5 inches**

#### year: **2010**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Blue Poles . . . 2133475 from pi

####
Utilizing a sequence from within the number pi, this is a straight forward articulation of each digit expressed through the yellow panels; the larger the numerical value, the wider the panel.

#### Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.

#### size: **24 x 39 x 5 inches**

#### year: **2010**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Blue Poles . . . 2133475 from pi (side view)

#### Utilizing a sequence from within the number pi, this is a straight forward articulation of each digit expressed through the yellow panels; the larger the numerical value, the wider the panel.

#### Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.

#### size: **24 x 39 x 5 inches**

#### year: **2010**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Charting e 98

#### Charting e 98 utilizes a traditional crochet format based on patterns created on a grid, where squares are either filled or left open. Using this charting system, Charting e 98 articulates the first 98 digits of the infinite number e.

#### Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.

#### size: **65 x 65 x 4 inches**

#### year: **2013**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Charting e 98 (detail)

#### Charting e 98 utilizes a traditional crochet format based on patterns created on a grid, where squares are either filled or left open. Using this charting system, Charting e 98 articulates the first 98 digits of the infinite number e.

#### Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.

#### size: **20 x 20 x 4 inches**

#### year: **2013**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Etudes from Pi in 5 Squared (side view)

#### Etudes from Pi in 5 Squared is based on the first 25 digits of the infinite number pi. The sequence reads from left to right, top to bottom. The grid organizes 25 units into 5 rows and 5 columns. The curved units alternate from convex to concave.
Here, the value of the digit determines the depth of each individual unit. A unit representing digit 1 is 3.5” deep, pushing the curve out 2” for digit 2, then 2” for digit 3, and so on. The largest unit, representing the 9 digit, pushes out 19.5”.

#### Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.

#### size: **72 x 191 x 33 inches**

#### year: **2011**

Yvette Kaiser Smith
## Etudes from Pi in 5 Squared

#### Etudes from Pi in 5 Squared is based on the first 25 digits of the infinite number pi. The sequence reads from left to right, top to bottom. The grid organizes 25 units into 5 rows and 5 columns. The curved units alternate from convex to concave.
Here, the value of the digit determines the depth of each individual unit. A unit representing digit 1 is 3.5” deep, pushing the curve out 2” for digit 2, then 2” for digit 3, and so on. The largest unit, representing the 9 digit, pushes out 19.5”.

#### Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.

#### size: **72 x 191 x 33 inches**

#### year: **2011**

e Strings 367 see more

pi Grid 321see more

e Grid 701see more

Pi in Pascal's Triangle Squaresee more

Pi in Pascal's Triangle Square (detail)see more

Organic pi Graph 119 see more

Mapping Pisee more

Pi Grid 16see more

Pi Line Sequencesee more

Pi Charts 32 & 39see more

Pi Chart 32see more

Pi Chart 39see more

Gridssee more

Grid (7+ strings folded into 1 dimension)see more

Grid (7+ strings folded into 1 dimension)see more

Off Gridsee more

SKU Grid see more

Sati e . . . 459045235360see more

Etude from pi . . .73467 (side view)see more

Etude from pi . . .73467see more

Blue poles . . . 4946847418 from pi see more

Blue poles . . . 4946847418 from pi (side view)see more

Blue Poles . . . 2133475 from pi see more

Blue Poles . . . 2133475 from pi (side view)see more

Charting e 98see more

Charting e 98 (detail)see more

Charting e 98 (detail)see more

Charting e 98 (detail)see more

Etudes from Pi in 5 Squared (side view)see more

Etudes from Pi in 5 Squaredsee more

e Strings 367
Graphite lines map 367 digits from within the infinite number e.
Graphite and oil painting ground on panel.
31 x 31 x 1 inches
2013

pi Grid 321
This grid maps 321 digits from within the infinite number pi.
Graphite, colored pencil, and oil painting ground on panel.
31 x 31 x 1 inches
2013

e Grid 701
This grid maps the first 701 digits of the infinite number e.
Graphite, PITT pen, and gesso on panel.
17 x 24 x 1 inches
2013

Pi in Pascal's Triangle Square
The form of each triangle is based on the first four rows of Pascal's Triangle. The four colors used are distributed using the first 30 digits of pi. Color was inspired by landscape.
Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.
45 x 48 x 2 inches
2010

Pi in Pascal's Triangle Square (detail)
The form of each triangle is based on the first four rows of Pascal's Triangle. The four colors used are distributed using the first 30 digits of pi. Color was inspired by landscape.
Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.
45 x 48 x 2 inches
2010

Organic pi Graph 119
This graph maps the first 119 digits of the infinite number pi.
Mixed media on panel.
24 x 17 x 1 inches
2013

Pi Charts 32 & 39
Pi Charts utilize a traditional crochet format based on patterns created on a grid, where squares are either filled or left open. Using this charting system, Pi Chart 32 articulates the first 32 digits of pi and Pi Chart 39 the first 39. Each uses a different articulation system to reveal a unique pattern.
Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.
24 x 53 x 4 inches
2012

Pi Chart 32
Pi Charts utilize a traditional crochet format based on patterns created on a grid, where squares are either filled or left open. Using this charting system, Pi Chart 32 articulates the first 32 digits of pi.
Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.
24 x 25 x 4 inches
2012

Pi Chart 39
Pi Charts utilize a traditional crochet format based on patterns created on a grid, where squares are either filled or left open. Using this charting system, Pi Chart 39 articulates the first 39 digits of pi.
Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.
23 x 24 x 3 inches
2012

Grids
Grid Series utilizes traditional crochet stitch patterns to create grids.
Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.
24 x 53 x 6 inches
2012

Grid (7+ strings folded into 1 dimension)
Part of a series that utilizes traditional crochet stitch patterns to create grids.
Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.
24 x 24 x 6 inches
2012

Off Grid
Part of a series that utilizes traditional crochet stitch patterns to create grids.
Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.
23 x 24 x 2 inches
2012

Sati e . . . 459045235360
This work utilizes 12 digits from within the infinite number e to create shapes and plot spatial relationships.
Encaustic on panel
11 x 26 inches
2013

Etude from pi . . .73467 (side view)
Etude from pi . . . 73467 is a direct articulation of a sequence of 5 consecutive digits from within the infinite number pi. The value of each digit determines a unit’s depth.
Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.
38 x 35 x 16 inches
2009

Etude from pi . . .73467
Etude from pi . . . 73467 is a direct articulation of a sequence of 5 consecutive digits from within the infinite number pi. The value of each digit determines a unit’s depth.
Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.
38 x 35 x 16 inches
2009

Blue poles . . . 4946847418 from pi
Blue poles . . . 4946847418 from pi, a diptych, is a straight forward articulation of a sequence from within the number pi expressed through the yellow panels; the larger the numerical value, the wider the panel.
Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.
24 x 63 x 5 inches
2010

Blue poles . . . 4946847418 from pi (side view)
Blue poles . . . 4946847418 from pi
Blue poles . . . 4946847418 from pi, a diptych, is a straight forward articulation of a sequence from within the number pi expressed through the yellow panels; the larger the numerical value, the wider the panel.
Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.
24 x 63 x 5 inches
2010

Blue Poles . . . 2133475 from pi
Utilizing a sequence from within the number pi, this is a straight forward articulation of each digit expressed through the yellow panels; the larger the numerical value, the wider the panel.
Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.
24 x 39 x 5 inches
2010

Blue Poles . . . 2133475 from pi (side view)
Utilizing a sequence from within the number pi, this is a straight forward articulation of each digit expressed through the yellow panels; the larger the numerical value, the wider the panel.
Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.
24 x 39 x 5 inches
2010

Charting e 98
Charting e 98 utilizes a traditional crochet format based on patterns created on a grid, where squares are either filled or left open. Using this charting system, Charting e 98 articulates the first 98 digits of the infinite number e.
Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.
65 x 65 x 4 inches
2013

Charting e 98 (detail)
Charting e 98 utilizes a traditional crochet format based on patterns created on a grid, where squares are either filled or left open. Using this charting system, Charting e 98 articulates the first 98 digits of the infinite number e.
Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.
20 x 20 x 4 inches
2013

Etudes from Pi in 5 Squared (side view)
Etudes from Pi in 5 Squared is based on the first 25 digits of the infinite number pi. The sequence reads from left to right, top to bottom. The grid organizes 25 units into 5 rows and 5 columns. The curved units alternate from convex to concave.
Here, the value of the digit determines the depth of each individual unit. A unit representing digit 1 is 3.5” deep, pushing the curve out 2” for digit 2, then 2” for digit 3, and so on. The largest unit, representing the 9 digit, pushes out 19.5”.
Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.
72 x 191 x 33 inches
2011

Etudes from Pi in 5 Squared
Etudes from Pi in 5 Squared is based on the first 25 digits of the infinite number pi. The sequence reads from left to right, top to bottom. The grid organizes 25 units into 5 rows and 5 columns. The curved units alternate from convex to concave.
Here, the value of the digit determines the depth of each individual unit. A unit representing digit 1 is 3.5” deep, pushing the curve out 2” for digit 2, then 2” for digit 3, and so on. The largest unit, representing the 9 digit, pushes out 19.5”.
Crocheted fiberglass with polyester resin.
72 x 191 x 33 inches
2011

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