Art

Winter Winds

For a few technical reasons, white is a difficult color to incorporate into a fractal design. Without really careful color planning, it will often blow out and smear over detail. I love the way the white is nuanced enough to communicate a flowing ribbon texture in this piece. The warm embers at the center of the spirals feel like fireplaces glowing in a winter storm. There's a lot of subtle detail in this design, if you get a chance to see a large print of it, it's worth taking a close look.

Winter Winds

For a few technical reasons, white is a difficult color to incorporate into a fractal design. Without really careful color planning, it will often blow out and smear over detail. I love the way the white is nuanced enough to communicate a flowing ribbon texture in this piece. The warm embers at the center of the spirals feel like fireplaces glowing in a winter storm. There's a lot of subtle detail in this design, if you get a chance to see a large print of it, it's worth taking a close look.

For a few technical reasons, white is a difficult color to incorporate into a fractal design. Without really careful color planning, it will often blow out and smear over detail. I love the way the white is nuanced enough to communicate a flowing ribbon texture in this piece. The warm embers at the center of the spirals feel like fireplaces glowing in a winter storm. There's a lot of subtle detail in this design, if you get a chance to see a large print of it, it's worth taking a close look.