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In the Analogies series, I’m juxtaposing different patterns in nature in order to draw attention to an underlying truth: nature uses the same basic patterns over and over again. These patterns are called fractals, and they are found in the structures of mountains and rivers, the branching of trees and blood vessels, and even DNA. The spiral pattern found in sea shells is repeated in the cloud formation of a hurricane, and in the shapes of galaxies. In this series of monoprints with mixed media, I seek to capture something of the feeling of being immersed in nature, deeply aware of the interconnection of all things.
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