Michael Leyton


Paintings

Sculptures

Architectural Projects

Musical Compositions

Mathematical and Scientific Works



Professor Michael Leyton.
Residence: New York City.

 

Michael Leyton's mathematical work on shape has been used in over 40 disciplines from chemical engineering to radiology. His scientific contributions have received several prizes, such as a presidential award, and a medal for scientific acheivement. His paintings, sculptures, and architectural projects, have been featured in international design journals and invited exhibitions. The scores of his string quartets are currently being published.

He has given new foundations to geometry which have been published in four books in the world's major presses.

For the artistic output, it is best for you to go through the paintings first before moving on to the other works because the paintings are accompanied by a commentary by Leyton on his work.

 

 

PAINTINGS

Material Abstract Expressionist Paintings

The Supremacy of Line

The Religious Rain Series

The Writing of Light Series.

 

 

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

Published Architecture

Residential Buildings

 

SCULPTURES

Sculpture Series 1

Sculpture Series 2

 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS

Scores are currently being mounted for the following:

String Quartets

Piano Sonatas

Symphonic Works

Concertos

 

MATHEMATICAL AND SCIENTIFIC WORKS

Symmetry, Causality, Mind (Book, MIT Press, 630 pages)

A Generative Theory of Shape (Book, Springer-Verlag, 550 pages)

Summary of contributions in Mathematics, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision, Psychology, Computer-Aided Design, etc.

Tutorial on Leyton's Process Grammars

 



Leyton's Home Page

Email: mleyton@dimacs.rutgers.edu