Three models constructed using rhombi made from paper-backed cherry wood veneer connected at their corners using split-pin fasteners. Each rhombus replaces two adjacent triangles in a base polyhedron. The two smaller forms are based on the snub cube and snub dodecahedron (two of the Archimedean solids); they use 12 and 30 rhombi, respectively. The larger form is based on the snub rectified truncated icosahedron (a near miss Johnson solid) and uses 90 rhombi.
- See the page on Expanded Polyhedral Forms.
Mathematics as Muse, Ella Sharp Museum, Jackson, Michigan. 1–31 October 2016.
Bridges 2016 Exhibition, University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä, Finland. 9–13 August 2016.
- Bridges Finland Art Exhibition Catalog, p. 111, Edited by Conan Chadbourne, Robert Fathauer, Katie McCallum, and Nathan Selikoff, ISBN: 978-1-938664-20-5, Tessellations Publishing, 2016.