An international sensation, Jonty Hurwitz, is on a quest to merge the worlds of science and art. Hurwitz's creations are unique and unprecedented, igniting the viewer’s imagination and making us question where science ends and art begins. Using computational software in an artistic manner, Hurwitz is a true artist-scientist archetype, bending the rules and proving to the world what is possible in the world of art.
Through the use of science and art, Hurwitz creates sculptures that challenge our perceptions of reality, providing a unique perspective on the intersection of these two fields. To read more Click here.
Geometry has been a fundamental element of art since ancient times, with artists using geometric shapes to create precise and harmonious compositions that convey a sense of balance and symmetry. To read more, Click here.
While painting allows artists to capture a moment in time, the strategic and captivating medium of movement in the art enables artists to depict an alluring sense of motion within their two-dimensional artworks. Click here to learn more
Inspired by the works of the masters, many artists that work at the forefront of the art world often draw inspiration from iconic faces of the industry who paved the way for them. Click here to learn more.
Eden Gallery's anamorphic artist Jonty Hurtwitz merges the worlds of science and art through the use of cutting-edge technology. As we celebrate his birthday this weekend, here are five things you probably didn't know about him. Click here to learn more.
Jonty Hurwitz's rare and personal combination of science and the arts in his one-of-a-kind anamorphic sculptures can be viewed in-person at Eden Gallery a well as on the Eden website. Explore his collection today to find a visually stimulating and fascinating addition to your space.
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