I am a biophysicist, but I have also developed as a mathematical artist. My brother Gene , a classically trained artist in oils and watercolors, urged me, beginning in 1992, to start working very hard on digital imaging problems, until I finally turned exclusively to scientific programming at the turn of the century. In the years since, slowly cooking in my subconscious was a scheme for a very large mathematical painting engine to be used to transform what are initially photographic images. Finally I sat down and wrote the code, which I continue to expand, but it has become a reality. I have become a mathematical artist.