Phil Webster is a self-taught artist exploring the intersections of mathematical patterns and shapes, natural forms, ancient design traditions, and sacred geometry. He blends his distinctive and diverse set of skills and interests with his lifelong love for the beauty of geometry to produce unique works of geometric art and décor. Phil creates his art using a variety of techniques, including laser cutting wood, paper, and acrylic; 3D printing in plastic and metal; and giclée prints on paper, canvas, and metal.
Phil was born in Rochester, NY. His studies have been in the fields of geometry, cognitive science, music, cartography, and computer science. The common threads running through these fields inform his art and design today, including the appreciation of technological tools, aesthetics and design skills, and mathematical and programming skills.
Phil studied math at MIT before opting to complete his BS there in Brain and Cognitive Science. He also studied cognitive science at the graduate level at the University of Michigan and jazz composition and voice at Berklee College of Music.
He currently resides in Scotts Valley, CA with his wife and cat.