My kind of love.I want the kind of love that forms colourful wings in my stomach. Wings that fly in circles because they're disorientated from my hearts heavy beating.More Like This
I want the kind of love that's so radiant, I can't even bare to look in its direction without closing my eyes first–– it burns brighter than the sun.
A love that scares the fear out of my life, making anything possible again.
A love that regresses two adults back into kids, playing hide and seek with their future.
I want the kind of love that's a Sunday in the middle of the week –– inconvenient.
A kind of love that dances at a funeral –– inappropriate.
Love that's a muse to an artist –– inspiring.
The kind of love that's a .44 magnum revolver in a trunk of BB guns –– authentic.
Love that sparkles in the dark like pearls around the moons neck.
Love that speaks in tongues possessed by the spirit our two souls create.
Love that regenerates like a phoenix, and flies us on it's back
What Is Fractal Art?I recently partnered up with a gallery owner in Canada that has agreed to display some of my art. I haven't sold anything yet, and he mentioned that the reason may be because not too many people are very familiar with the art form. He suggested that I do a write up on what fractal art actually is, so here is what I came up with, without going into too much technical detail about the mathematics behind it all.More Like This
What Is Fractal Art?
by Tiffany McFarlane
Math and Art have always been closely connected. There is a hidden layer of beauty in the world of mathematical formulas. Fractal art can be looked at as a fusion of the two. When exploring the visual side of math, order can be found in what seems to be total chaos. It can be used to produce forms of elegant symmetry as well as familiar structures in nature. These patterns provide the foundation for many artists to create beautiful works of art and the source of their inspiration.