It came to my attention recently that my site was not terribly friendly for those who are unaccustomed to reading blogs, and that I should make the images of my work more accessible to the attention span of the casual visitor. So, I spent a little time the other day doing just that. The home page is now a static gallery of my fractal work, and the blog has its own new page on the menu. Please have a look at the newly designed site – is there anything that you as a viewer would suggest to improve it? I am open to suggestion – although there are of course limits to what I can do since I am using a template.
Now, it’s time for me to introduce another fractal that you may not have seen yet. I’ve exhibited it already but you may have missed it. This one was difficult to title. What I saw in it first, changed for me, until I was seeing it a number of different ways. Perhaps that is why it appeals to me so much. I decided it deserved a name fitting its ‘behaviour’, one that would allow the viewer to perceive it their own way as well. So, I called it “Indeterminate”. This image is a small watermarked version of the digital image used to create the piece of art, as photographing the final art printed on acrylic proves difficult with all the reflections. If you’d like to tell me what you see in it, I would love to hear – but please do it in a private message using the contact page. I would like all viewers to see it with fresh eyes uninfluenced by the perceptions of others!
Like your fractals. I read somewhere that humans now have a lower attention span than goldfish. Sorry, what was I saying?