About Fractals

From Wikipedia: "A fractal is a geometric object which is rough or irregular on all scales of length, and so which appears to be 'broken up' in a radical way. Some of the best examples can be divided into parts, each of which is similar to the original object. Fractals are said to possess infinite detail, and they may actually have a self-similar structure that occurs at different levels of magnification."

My fractal images are computer generated art produced using fractal software. I took a preexisting formula and either changed the formula manually or randomly to create images that are uniquely my own.

Some of these images are available in sizes up to 50 inches (maximum width) by 70+ inches. I print them using a Chromira digital printer which exposes photographic paper in 24 bit color using Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) on Glossy Fuji Crystal Archive paper.

Contact me if you have questions about purchasing something larger than what you see listed on this site.