Chris Martin Creates Sublime Fractal Flowers From Algorithms

A ‘fractal’ is a geometric pattern that is repeated (iterated) at ever smaller (or larger) scales to produce (self similar) irregular shapes and surfaces that cannot be represented by classical (Euclidean) geometry. Fractals are used especially in computer modeling of irregular patterns and structures found in nature. In the realm of art, fractals are a unique, digital art form, using mathematical formulas to create art with an infinite diversity of form, detail, color and light. In simple terms, a fractal is a graphical representation of a mathematical equation. These complex images of extraordinary beauty can arise out of fairly simple mathematical formulas, and then by selectively modifying these formulas (changing coloring algorithms, etc.) one can create unique compositions previously unseen to the human eye. UK based artist Chris Martin, aka velvet–glove, is one of the finest Fractal Artists on Deviant Art. She composes exquisite fractal flowers, blooming in various shades. Her sublime pieces marry geometrical patterns with floral formations, a beautiful amalgamation of dainty flowers and the hard core mathematical formulas behind each design element to achieve perfections.

Chris Martin creates sublime fractal flowers from algorithms

Chris Martin creates sublime fractal flowers from algorithms

Chris Martin creates sublime fractal flowers from algorithms

Chris Martin creates sublime fractal flowers from algorithms

Chris Martin creates sublime fractal flowers from algorithms

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