Fractal Gallery
This is a selection of finished, singleedition work.
These are oneofakind and are for sale. To preserve their
value, I do not provide the parameters, and will never reprint.
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 Carousel
 11/7/2020
 20" x 20"
 Photo Print
 Single
 $445

Reminiscent of the lights on a ride around the merrygoround, this is a deep zoom into
negative exponents. Pitting tangent against arctangent under frequencycounting produces
a complicated interaction of lights and bursts.


 Connections
 3/23/2020
 20" x 20"
 TBD
 Single
 $445

Here is the Mandelbrot rendered with a fractional exponent of 1.5 with logarithm applied to both real
and imaginary values. The trigonometric function takes over, creating a pattern just keeps repeating
and connecting the deeper you look.


 Currents
 6/1/2021
 20" x 20"
 Canvas Print
 Single
 $445

It looks like
Currents
in a pool of water. This is a light magnification into a Mandelbrot fractal that was
significantly altered by taking the arctangent of the square of both axes. I added a green tint for a watery feel.


 Curtain Call
 1/17/2020>
 20" x 20"
 Photo Print
 Single
 $445

The logarithm function creates patterns all on its own, so here it is with the exponent set
to near unity, 1.1. Swoops and folds look like curtains draping on a stage in infinite patterns.


 Flight
 6/16/2019
 20" x 20"
 Photo Print
 Single
 $445

There are multiple methods to depict a fractal rendering. This one uses angular cycle counting
to measure how rapidly each point changes. The result was unexpected. This is a fairly deep zoom into
the Negabrot (exponent of 2) using this technique. There is a lot of energy in this image.


 Frost
 1/12/2021
 20" x 20"
 Canvas Print
 Single
 $445

This is a cubed Mandelbrot with a logarithm on imaginary and tangent on real.
These functions interact to create a complex pattern of repeating curves.
Just a touch of tint added to warm it up.


 Magnetic Sands
 12/18/2020
 20" x 20"
 Canvas Print
 Single
 $445

A sandy texture and bubbles of energy create a texture reminiscent of a beach with washedup, dried
seaweed or crustaceans somehow arranged in swoops and swirls. Frequencymapped at a 5 exponent, the
fractal produces quite a lot of detail. This one took a week to render in the background.


 Microcircuit
 6/29/2024
 20" x 20"
 Canvas Print
 Single
 $445

This is the Multibrot set with an exponent of 1.0 with ln(r) and ln(i) variations applied.
The logarithm seems to make things get interesting, even at unity.
This sort of looks like a magnification of a Microcircuit.


 Microcircuitry
 11/11/2020
 20" x 20"
 Canvas Print
 Single
 $445

Creating a Mandelbrot variation with an exponent of one (or unity) seems silly, until you modify it with trigonometry.
The base formula, z=z+c, is fast, allowing the calculation to concentrate on the trig functions. In this image
the logarithm function adds mechanical curves and straight lines, giving the impression of microcircuitry.


 Misty Landscape
 3/6/2020
 20" x 20"
 Photo Print
 Single
 $445

The cosine function tends to generate rippleandwind effects. This is a mild magnification
of a vertical slice just under the exponent of 2, with cosine applied and a linear render method.
Mistcovered mountains await in the background.


 Misty Mountains
 3/1/2021
 20" x 20"
 Photo Print
 Single
 $445

I found this mysterious landscape inside the set of a vertical Multibrot with cosine applied. The
function produces a lot of loops that blend together into cloudy formations and sweeping textures.


 Order
 4/20/2019
 20" x 20"
 Canvas Print
 Single
 $445

An orderly progression of chromed surfaces resulting from a mild zoom into the multibrot set at a fractional
exponent below 2 with an Exponential function applied produces a fairly imposing image. It is somewhat...
Orwellian... I attempt to title my pieces with words that reflect not only what appears to be
there, but how they feel.


 Peacock
 6/1/2021
 20" x 20"
 Canvas Print
 Single
 $445

A touch of color on the blackandwhite pattern appears similar to Peacock feathers. This is the Multibrot
set rendered at a fractional exponent with a logarithm function applied to both real and imaginary axes. The
function tends to “stir” the fractal, giving it a rippled or feathered appearance.


 Solar Storm
 6/29/2024
 20" x 20"
 Canvas Print
 Single
 $445

The swirling linear patterns merge to create a cloudy aurora effect caused by a Solar Storm.
Tangent on real, with a twist. Negating the exponent on every iteration changes the nature of the fractal form.


 Song
 6/1/2021
 20" x 20"
 Photo Print
 Single
 $445

Using the same algorithm as Flight, Song is a deeper zoom into the Negabrot (2 exponent) using
angular cyclecounting. It's music to the eyes.


 Splash!
 6/1/2021
 20" x 20"
 Photo Print
 Single
 $445

This is fun. Splash! is a Mandelbrot with sine and cosine applied, along with a bit of color.
These functions are difficult to control, as the ripples that are created do complicate quickly when zooming in.


 Storm Surge
 6/29/2024
 20" x 20"
 Canvas Print
 Single
 $445

Here is a variation of the tan(r) tan(e) fractal at the 1/3 exponent starting point.
I love the interrupted motion in this one, stormy, like a Storm Surge.


 Synergy
 4/10/2019
 20" x 20"
 Photo Print
 Single
 $445

Inserting trigonometric functions into the periodic negative exponent
Multibrot space results in smooth, curvilinear lines in complex patterns.
Rendered in greyscale, it looks like the curves are holding in the energy
of this image.


 Turbulence
 9/17/2020
 20" x 20"
 TBD
 Single
 $445

A mild zoom into vertical Multibrot space with cosine variation. This is on the border of the set, so
the overlap of the trigonometric function produces a liquid or glassy texture.