"Fractal Alhambra" was my original enormous website. I've selected a few images from it for this gallery. I see now that a few of the signatures date from 1998. I've had a lot of fun with fractals over the years.
Clicking on the title displays the artwork.
Inspired by the John Steinbeck short novel, The Pearl. If you haven't read this one, it is well worth your time.
One of my religious fractals. Love Thy Neighbour as Thyself. So, there's nothing wrong with self esteem!
3. Big Bang
I think a million fractals are called this!
After Vincent van Gogh's sunflower paintings. Vincent's life demonstrated why artists shouldn't get too consumed by their art.
All is revealed and the way to Heaven is open. It occurred to me the other day that if there is a God (I'm a believer, by the way!), then one day you would have to meet Him, since what would be the point of a God who exists that you never meet?!
6. Jasper Park
One of Alberta's parks. Lawren Harris did some of his paintings there.
The toy that can be used to show transmission and conservation of energy.
8. Fire Dance
The star shape is like what I see when listening to Manuel de Falla's Ritual Fire Dance.
This may be the most colourful fractal ever rendered.
10. New World
There aren't too many areas of this planet that haven't been claimed but the universe has enough stars and planets for everyone, if we can just get there! Maybe one day.