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Fractal Ivy Violet Print100% SSL Secure
Signed & Numbered Artist Proof Print of Modified Original Photograph 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 started as a photograph of ivy in the gardens of the Huntington Library in San Marino, California. The entire image was covered with a black mask and then the leaf shapes were "cookie-cut" out of the black, thereby revealing the foliage below. Additional leaf shapes were layered and shadowed. The hue was adjusted to the spectrum of violet-pink-red.
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."