Geometric Art in Islam

work by student Amy Green
I am a true fan of Islamic art. If you're not familiar with it, Islamic art rarely portrays human beings; much like some Christian denominations (I'm thinking of the Amish here), they believe that only God should "create" a human.

Instead, Islamic art focuses on geometric patterns and calligraphy. At Thomas More College of Liberal Arts, David Clayton (Artist-in-Residence at the college) has been working with students on this type of art form.
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