Print matted 8x10
A 4 section fractal work
each Print matted 8x10
Frame 18 x 15
Tom Conally At the Elon University exhibition.
These prints are giclée prints,
a fancy name for ink jet prints.
Fractals are generated with a fractal generator and then are enhanced in a graphics program with various effects to make them look like drawings or paintings, stained glass, and many other textures. These renderings are colored to the artist's taste and printed with Epson Durachrome Ultra ink, a premium ink with many years of life expectancy on premium photo paper. They are then treated with a glossy preservative that reacts with the ink to actually build a textured surface. This enhances the life of the print and gives it a unique look. These are limited edition prints that the artist prints, mats and frames with a simple black frame and glass protection.
These are actual photos of the art for sale.
Sales can be arranged for Cash Moneyorder or Credit Card through Paypal. Contact Tom Conally at
This story was written by
Jeff Wirick for the Burlington, NC Times News, summer 2007
ELON — Tom Conally proves you don’t
need paint, canvas or brushes to produce interesting art. His
alternative tools consist of a computer program, a printer and a
art is made by calculating fractal objects and displaying them as
still images, animations or music.