Current Residence: Connecticut
Favourite style of art: Nuclear Mystical, SUrrealism
Operating System: Mac/Win XP Bootcamp
MP3 player of choice: iPhone
I am happy today to introduce my latest work
"The Simultaneous Ecstacy of Feeling both Everything and Nothing"
Oil on Canvas 30"x48" March 2018
Life and living in this world holds many mysteries. Being rational beings individuals are conflicted as to being connected to heaven, or earth. The ultimate goal being present and experiencing them both. Here my figure is embraced by the skeletal fractal figure which acts as both the cupola of heaven and the roots to earth. To learn more about her and the ties to Nietzsche in this painting visit its web page at
And enjoy the rest of my work and working with Dali anecdotes at
A personal note of thanks to Gary Webb for generously sharing his parameters from which the original fractal was derived.
I am pleased to be able to present to you today my latest painting;
“Benoit Mandelbrot Breaks Wind”
Oil on Canvas – 50”x30”
You probably would not expect, looking at this alien landscape, that you are looking at a macroscopic view of the famous mathematician, Benoit Mandelbrot’s rectum. In Mandelbrots attempt to describe nature, it was his observation that there is nothing smooth in nature. The shape of mountains, clouds or a cauliflower, are not smooth, but fractal, and for the first time, my latest painting here captures that even a gaseous eruption can follow the form of the famous fractal. Also shown for the first time is the fractal geometry found in the buttocks area, and at the moment of expulsion, the fractal shrapnel that ensues.
I do not know if this oil painting is the first or only depiction of this act, but am certain it is the most beautiful.
To learn more about Benoit Mandelbrot, breaking wind and the magic of fractals visit ; www.louismarkoya.com/copy-of-a…
And for more fractal inspired art, Nature inspired fashion, and anecdotes about working with Salvador Dali, visit the entire site at
I am happy to present today my latest painting
“The Mathematical Consequences of the Creation of Adam”
Oil on Canvas 30”x16”
Another in my series of Fractal reconstructions of classical masterpieces.
Here I have made visible the fluid, fractal and life giving illumination that
Occurred at the moment of creation. While Michelangelo’s fresco masterpiece
Is one of the most iconic religious paintings of all time, in its magnificence, it is missing the most important part of the depiction of the Genesis story.
Fractal flames are used to show the fluidity and brilliance of the act. The overall effect allowing the viewer to better understand the impact of the image and the
invisible currents which exist just beyond the ability of our senses.
Read more about the piece and its inspiration here
And for more amazing surrealist, fractal and amazing art , plus anecdotes on
Working with Salvador Dali at my website here;