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									 Geometry

Art in Geometry
 Ryan Spears


  Picture by Ryan Spears
      Breakfast Room Chandelier
This Chandelier is an
 example of both
 types of symmetry. It
 has numerous lines
 of symmetry and
 45,90,135, 180, 225,
 270, 315, and 360
 degree rotational
 symmetry.




                         Picture by Ryan Spears
         Dining Room                    Chandelier
This chandelier is
   an example of
   both rotational
   and reflectional
   symmetry. If
   split through
   one of the top
   lamps, it would
   look the same
   on both sides.
   The chandelier
   also has 120
   and 240
   rotational
   symmetry.


                      Picture by Ryan Spears
This vase has
 reflectional
 symmetry. If cut
 down the middle
 of the Fleur de
 Lis, it would look
 the same on
 both sides

                         Picture by Ryan Spears
Picture by Ryan Spears
This is an
example of
reflectional
symmetry.
If cut through his
hands, this man
is bisymmetrical




Picture by Ryan
Spears
                     Picture by Ryan Spears
                Belgian Tapestry
This tapestry
   is an                                    It also has
   example
   of both                                  180 degree
   types of                                 rotational
   symmetry.                                symmetry
   This has                                 and shows
   two lines                                how the
   of
   symmetry,                                Belgians
   one runs                                 incorporated
   up through                               symmetry
   the middle                               into their art.
   and the
   other runs
   sideways
   through
   the
   middle.


                   Picture by Ryan Spears
This box has
many lines      A Jewelry Box
of symmetry
and
rotational
symmetry. It
has
horizontal,
vertical, and
horizontal
line of
symmetry
and it has
180 degree
rotational
symmetry.

                  Picture by Ryan Spears
                          A Cross
Without counting
  the hook, this
  piece of jewelry
  has diagonal,
  vertical, and
  horizontal lines
  of symmetry and
  90, 180, and 270
  rotational
  symmetry.
  Counting the
  hook, if it strait it
  is bisymmetrical.


                          Picture by Ryan Spears
    Ecuadorian
   Turtle Design
This turtle has
reflectional symmetry.
If cut down the middle
both sides would look
the same. This also
shows how the
Ecuadorians
incorporate symmetry
into their artwork
Picture by Ryan Spears
                         Picture by Ryan Spears
This Czech egg
has reflectional
symmetry and
rotational
symmetry if spun
around. Its
reflectional
symmetry is
down the dotted
line and it has
90, 180 and 270
degree rotational
symmetry. It also
shows how the
Czechs added
symmetry to their
art.




Picture by Ryan Spears
                         Picture by Ryan Spears
English                            Bowl
                                    This bowl has
                                      diagonal,
                                      vertical, and
                                      horizontal
                                      symmetry
                                      and rotational
                                      symmetry. It
                                      has 90, 180,
                                      and 270
                                      degree
                                      rotational
                                      symmetry. It
                                      also shows
                                      how the
                                      English used
                                      symmetry in
                                      their
          Picture by Ryan Spears      ceramics.
              Column
This column has numerous
  lines of symmetry and has
  rotational symmetry if
  rotated on its axis. It has
  90, 180, and 270 degree
  rotational symmetry. This is
  of Roman design and
  shows how they
  incorporated symmetry into
  their architecture.
Picture by Ryan Spears   Picture by Ryan Spears
 Indonesian                                 Mask
This mask has
reflectional
symmetry. If
split down the
nose it would be
the same on
both sides. This
shows how
cultures of
Southeastern
Asia incorporate
symmetry into
their art.
                   Picture by Ryan Spears
    Washington                       Monument
This is an example of
reflectional symmetry
and rotational
symmetry. It has
90,180, and 270
degree rotational
symmetry and shows
how modern
architects incorporate
symmetry into their
work.
                   Picture by Ryan Spears

								
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