We had a great time at the Joint Mathematics Meeting in Baltimore January 16-19, 2019. Tim Trujillo was the winner of the Fractal Penrose bucket that we gave away for folks that signed up for our annual holiday newsletter.
Cherry Arbor Design is a wife and husband team. Our handcrafted products explore the intersection of math and art, making everything in our Ann Arbor workshop.
Our first geometric tilings were developed to reach students who felt they could not learn geometry in the traditional way. The puzzles and geometric forms we design and make now are still centered on important mathematical concepts. We love the way these forms connect to shapes found in nature. We hope you do too.
We participate with the American Craft Council, a supporter of craft artists and the largest nonprofit producer of craft shows in the country. In addition to its shows, ACC works to connect creative communities through craft-focused programming and its award-winning magazine, while providing educational resources through its craft library and archives. We are now on the Amazon Handmade pop-up shop, curated by the American Craft Council.
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