Helios

Print, 2007. Keywords: aesthetic explorations, math, print, software

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The coloration and forms of the sun as captured by x-ray solar photography served as reference and inspiration for this piece, named after the sun god of Greek mythology.

This form comes from a virtual mathematical world that I explore using the computer and custom software. Art and mathematics – the right brain and the left – are inextricably linked in this work, which depends on mathematics, yet simultaneously illuminates and unravels its beauty.

Components

Inkjet print, Diasec style mount

Dimensions

36 x 36 inches

Edition

Limited Edition. Click here for details.

Collections

Koltsovo Airport, Yekaterinburg, Russia
UBS, London, United Kingdom

Exhibitions

2013 – One night solo exhibition, Timucua, Orlando, FL
2012 – Beautiful Data: Technology and the Creative Process, Kent State School of Art Galleries, Kent, OH
2012 – Granted!, City Arts Factory, Orlando, FL
2011 – Aesthetic Explorations and Eyes of My Soul (with photographer Russell Levine), Highland Beach Library, Highland Beach, FL
2011 – Visions: Real and Imagined (with photographer Ellie Schorr), GardensArt, Palm Beach Gardens City Hall, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
2011 – Process & Influence (solo), The Gallery at Eissey Campus, Palm Beach State College, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
2011 – Orlando Mini Maker Faire, Central Florida Fairgrounds, Orlando, FL
2011 – Next Wave, Lighthouse ArtCenter, Tequesta, FL
2008 – Bridges Leeuwarden 2008 Art Exhibition, Leeuwarden, the Netherlands
2008 – Illuminators, Koltsovo Airport, Yekaterinburg, Russia

Links

Strange Attractors Tech Notes
Tutorial: Strange Attractors in C++ and OpenGL