FeathersStill thought of as my signature piece. A multi-layered fractal. The colors and fine interaction of the lines made me think of feathers on a tropical bird.
Blue N GoldThe color choice made this piece work. I loved the fractal, but it took a long time to find the color combination to bring it out.
Black HoleOne of my early fractal pieces. I immediately thought of a black hole in space when creating it.
Finding LightMade specifically for the Black & White Show 2.0 (held March 2017 at Hardy & Nance Studios), I started with the same fractal as my piece, Interstellar, and headed in a very different direction.
ButterflyThis fractal was either going to become a fairy or a butterfly. I went with butterfly. A quick piece that was finished within one day from conception to final result.
Harvest SunInspired by my piece, Black Hole, this was created as a companion to it. Black holes are born out of stars, so it was fitting.
CardinalI had the original fractal for a long time, but the final version didn't come together until I decided to do some layering. I'd always seen this piece as a cardinal's feather.
InterstellarInspired by the movie of the same name, this comes from the scene involving the Tesseract.
PatrioticThe "paint splatter" feel of this fractal gave me the idea to create a very abstracted American flag.
PhoenixThe colors gave me the sense of a phoemix taking flight.
Diatom (Red series #4)Inspired by the Victoria art form of arranging diatoms into intricate patterns.
Splatter (Red series #1)The first piece in my Red series, this imagines a force sending splatters of color out from the center.
Heart (Red series #2)A first date inspired the second piece in my Red series.
Blood Cell (Red series #3)The shape of this piece immediately made me think of a blood cell.
Smear (Red series #5)My imagining of a child's fingerpainting.
Focus (Red series #8)My first successful combination of two different fractals.
Veins (Red series #6)Veins flowing through a body.
Void (Red series #7)Swirling into oblivion.
Geyser (Red series #9)Submitted for an art show with a theme of "nightmares".
Wreath of Fire (Red series #10)
Purple FanSimple title for a quick and simple piece.
The 45thAbstract commentary regarding the 45th President of the United States (see my blog post for more).
PetalsA fractal flower.
Number 1 (White series)The first in a series strictly using white for the fractal.
Number 2 (White series)A series exclusively using black and white. Numbers 2-5 are based off the original fractal in Number 1.
Number 3 (White series)Number 2-5 in series are based off the original fractal in Number 1.
Number 4 (White series)Number 2-5 in series are based off the original fractal in Number 1.
Number 5 (White series)Number 2-5 in series are based off the original fractal in Number 1.
Flowering Branches (Blue series #1)First in a series taking fractals and giving them a painted look.
Polygon (Blue series #2)I used a poll over at my Patreon page to select the color basr for this piece.
Rainbow PrideA celebration of Pride month (June) and freedom of expression.
BubblesOriginally created in purple, I decided a neon yellow better captured the happiness bubbles can bring to me.
Two of HeartsCreated specifically for an art show, the theme was #NoHate. "Love" was the first thought I had, which led to this.
RadiateEarly work that made me think of both radiation and light spiraling out from a center.