Description Digital fractal composed in Apophysis. This image makes me think of the fabled Pandora's Box from Greek Mythology (yes I know in reality it was a large jar). I just want to open it and peak inside quickly. Curiosity killed the cat. This is a lesson I can not learn. But hope continues to spring eternal. Pandora's curiosity, a gift from one of the gods, released hell on earth but hope was also released from the box. Good and evil. Life is a balance.
Patricia Kemke, Milwaukee Member Since January 2009 Artist Statement Thank you for stopping by my gallery and viewing the artwork. I appreciate the visit and would love to know what you think. If you have any questions or would like to share your opinion, either post a comment at the bottom of any image or use the link and email me.
My formal training is in computer information systems, MCSE, database management and control system programming. I have an insatiable curiosity about most things computer related. In other words I am a “geek”. More appropriately, a “geekette”.
My artistic explorations have included; stained glass, jewelry, and commissioned colored pencil portraits.
My latest fascination, the creation of fractal art, has merged both my logical and creative processes. Fractals, which are composed on the computer, utilize algorithmic formulas to produce amazingly beautiful, intricately detailed, highly individual artworks. When starting a fractal I have no preconceived idea of what I seek to produce. Fractals are more about exploration and discovery. Element by element, through manipulation of multiple and numerous variables, the fractal design is revealed. Each result is unique and beautiful.
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