I’m excited to have some new fractal art to show you in a week at the Oxford Studio Tour.
We have thirty-one artists at seventeen locations throughout Oxford County, Ontario, Canada in the heart of the southwestern part of this province. It will be a fun day trip for anyone in the region – even those coming out from Toronto! (Wouldn’t it be nice to get out of the city for a day or two?)
Here is a preview of one of the fractals. I have printed it (using Posterjack) on metal, 20×20″ and that is the only print I will do, so it is an original piece. It is created digitally using the Mandelbulb 3D software. As I find usual and striking for fractals, it looks very natural. It is pretty obvious what I thought it resembled! I hope you’ll come and see it. I think it would make a great piece to gaze at from anywhere in your house, while you consider nature and its mysteries, and it draws you in close, as well – as all fractals do with their self-similarity on smaller and smaller scales.
I call this one Ocean Floor: