A mathematicians mind is not necessarily required to appreciate the aesthetics of math. Some math may be made accessible and aesthetically beautiful through geometry and graphics. Fractal art and domain coloring (the graphical representation of functions of a complex variable) come to mind.
I suspect or intuit that all math exists independently of my discovery. At most, I discover a mathematical concept that someone else described, and I use, extend, or elaborate it. There’s a bit of Euclid in every grid, but there’s also a lot of nature.
Number or geometry based biomorphism then brings representation full circle, from a posteriori math through some system to a representation of nature.