Sunday, December 17, 2006

Northern lights Fractal

A new Fractal Explorer rendition of color. This one reminds me of the northern lights which might have been visible in clear skies last week after the gigantic solar flare. Cloudcover and city lights prevented real-time visuals, so I designed an inhouse splash.

Tuesday, December 05, 2006


Northern Idaho is white with feathers of evergreen and the naked branches of deciduous. Sky is the gray overcast that cries for a touch of raspberry or a stroke of yellow.

An outdoor person only when the outdoors is my limited parameter of perfection (minimum 72 degrees, clear blue sky, bright yellow sun, baskets of blossoms and air stirred only by colorful hummers) I spend a lot of time indoors drizzling watercolor here and there on snow-white paper and designing fractals by software.

Raspberry Smoothie, watercolor

Sunday, November 05, 2006

Watercolors and a Fractal

Tree House of the August Moon, Watercolor

Sun over Cyprus, Watercolor

From the Heart
, Fractal

Monday, October 30, 2006

Art Comes in Many Forms plus MyYouTube

This is my first step into the global world of video. For nearly two years, I've played with small video pieces and tranformed them into fairly presentable home DVD's. Who knows what happens next?

I don't.

But this short blurb is good for one anytime laugh.

Sunday, October 29, 2006

Surreal Bamboo

I have a tendency to sketch bookmarks using Micron pens on watercolor paper, sometimes adding a little watercolor, and hand them out with books.

This bookmark was altered with Pixia software which I haven't learned to use to its optimum, but there was something very satisfying about what took place here.

Admittedly, color fascinates me.

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Fractals, Watercolors, Digital Photos

Night Bell. A digital photo reversed to black and white.

Merlot. Framed fractal. Designed in Apophysis, Framed in Digital Image Suite.

King of Grim. A fractal designed in Apophysis, Unframed and Altered

Papyrus. Original Watercolor using Daniel Smith Watercolors

Envy. Framed fractal designed in Apophysis, Framed in Digital Image Suite