Scaling
Mary Wahr
Scaling Fractals

Scaling means that if you focus on a small piece of an object it looks like the object it is a part of.This works in both directions. A small piece enlarged looks like the whole. The whole scaled down becomes the small piece. Same objects, different scales. Mountain ranges, cloud banks and tress are all good examples of scaling.

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

 

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Artwork Name: BarnaclesArtwork Name: Dolly FishArtwork Name: LemonsArtwork Name: Summer Birds