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Fractal Alabama Hills Print100% SSL Secure
Signed & Numbered Artist Proof Print of Modified Photograph of Original Watercolor by Duncan Tooley:
- Printed by an CANON 8400 with pigmented archival inks (fade-resistant lifetime of 200+ years) on Strathmore 300 Fine Art paper with a 2" white border on each side included in the overall dimension. (Image shown is gallery-framed print).
- Signed and numbered.
- Certificate of Authenticity included.
- Free shipping rolled in a mailing tube. (Call for optional local pick-up unrolled).
Reference: “The universe is written in the language of mathematics…without which it is humanly impossible to understand a single word of it; without this language, we wander about in a dark labyrinth.” --Galileo Galilei
Artist Statement about this design: “AWE is what I experience! AWE at the magnificent complexity, symmetry, colors, and divinity in Nature! That is what I seek to capture for you.
I specialize in fractal geometry, the recently discovered mathematics behind the complex structures of Nature’s art that is built upon single, self-repeating shapes of multiple sizes. This painting began as a watercolor rendition of the Alabama Hills in Inyo County, California, painted in May, 2016. The shadow shapes of triangles were added to mimic the shapes of the hills. The negative spaces in the upper corners define the largest triangle, approximately twice as large as the print.
My fractal water color paintings and digitally modified fractal photographs spring from my love of physics, vivid colors, Nature, and 25 years of creating architectural stained glass."