I’ve been active in the arts all my life. Everything from writing music and short stories, to designing and building furniture and creating wheel-thrown pottery. Never one to be complacent with any single art medium, the growing popularity of the personal computer opened up a whole new world to explore. It seemed like a natural progression for me to delve into the digital arts. The pieces you see here are fractals created with the programs Mandelbulb 3D and Apophysis, where mathematical formulas and their variables are manipulated to create an endless variety of intricate designs, shapes and scenery.

While I have done and still do ‘traditional’ fractal pieces at times, for the most part I work around the perimeter and beyond what is easily recognized as fractal art. I haven’t invented anything new, I’ve just expanded the styles I work with beyond their roots and into new undiscovered territory.

I hope you’ll find my work interesting, a collection of fine art prints that compel you to take more than a casual glance. You’ll find a wide variety of digital art that would probably look very nice hanging on your wall~ A unique interpretation of styles in Mandelbulb 3D and Apophysis fractals.

I’m also a writer and currently have eight books on Amazon for the Kindle. They are and interesting collection of science fiction and horror stories. You can click the My Kindle Books link above to see the covers and descriptions of what I currently have available. If you don’t own a Kindle, you can get a free Kindle reader for the PC or Mac as well as free Kindle apps for any of your devices through Amazon and Android app stores.



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