Fractal Dimension
Mary Wahr
Fractal Dimension

A line is a dot traveling through space and has only one dimension. A square is an object with two dimensions. The fractal dimension lives somewhere in between the two. A toddler scribbling on a paper inside a square is an example of a fractal dimension. The square is not empty yet it is not filled solidly. Studies show that humans like art and nature that live in this fractal dimension.

“Stary Night” is a peice I created that illustrates fractal dimension. It is shown to the left. More examples of “fractal dimension” fractals are shown below. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about my fractal art, or the concepts of “fractal dimension.”

 

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Artwork Name: Like Clock WorkArtwork Name: Starry NightArtwork Name: The Raven