Allen Hirsh is a practicing biophysicist and a mathematical artist. Urged by his late brother Gene, a classically trained artist in oils and watercolors, he began working in the early 1990s on digital imaging problems. In the years since, he mused about creating a unique mathematical painting program. Since 2012 he has written code allowing him to create many representational, impressionist, surreal and abstract images purely through the use of mathematics. Hirsh has been juried into over 60 art shows and won 9 awards. He has been favorably reviewed by East City Art and The Washington Post, invited to speak at The American Association for The Advancement of Science (AAAS) about art as a bridge between science and religion, featured in the Art the Science blog, Bethesda Magazine, and New York's The Forward. He is an adjunct member of Washington's oldest art collective, The Foundry, where he was a full member for 5 years. He has sold numerous works at shows in the Washington DC area.