2011 East meets West

These are the frontispiece and the twelve works used in the 2011 calendar “East Meets West, God’s Wisdom and Grace”, together with some thoughts and scripture references.

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C11 East Meets West Frontispiece

Part of the frontispiece

Wisdom comes from fearing God — Proverbs 1:7.

C11 1 Raspberries in Master T's Sangaku

Raspberries in Master T’s Sangaku

God makes grass grow — Psalm 147:8.

C11 2 Apollonian Circles as Vascular Bundles in Plants

Apollonian Circles as Vascular Bundles in Plants

 Flowers fall but God’s words remain forever — 1 Peter 1:24,25.

C11 3 Cherry Blossoms and Pappus Circles

Cherry Blossoms and Pappus Circles

God power is vast; he shakes the earth — Job 9:4,6.

C11 4 Volcanic Plume as Packed Circles
Volcanic Plume as Packed Circles

 God made plants according to their kind — Genesis 1:11.

C11 5 Floral Japanese Theorem

Floral Japanese Theorem

People who trust in God’s laws are like trees growing next to streams of water — Psalm 1:1-3.

C11 6 Japanese Theorem in Long Leaved Plants

Japanese Theorem in Long Leaved Plants

When God sees the rainbow he remembers his covenant with people — Genesis 9:16.

C11 7 Rainbow and Arbelos after Archimedes

Rainbow and Arbelos after Archimedes

As long as the earth endues, the seasons will continue — Genesis 8:21, 22.

C11 8 Ladybirds' Dance to the Japanese Theorem

Ladybirds’ Dance to the Japanese Theorem

The leaves are for healing — Revelation 22:2.

C11 9 Blighted Persimmon Leaves

Blighted Persimmon Leaves

Remember your creator when you are young — Ecclesiastes 12:1 — or now.

C11 10 Maple Leaves in Circles

Maple Leaves in Circles

God has placed thoughts of eternity in our hearts — Ecclesiastes 3:11.

C11 11 Eight Variations on a Theme

Eight Variations on a Theme

When we hear God’s voice, let us make the right choice  — Isaiah 30:21.

C11 12 Which Way, based on a Sangaku in Gunma 1824

Which Way?, based on a Sangaku in Gunma 1824

 

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