By Terry Poulos, Scientiquity founder
[CHICAGO 9/20/2021]: Many artists produce what they call multi-dimensional art. Scientiquity created literally multi-dimensions of color and depth by employing a three-pane glass overlay featuring various geometric drawings, using light to tease out the colors, dimensions, and geometry.
The piece is titled “Tri-Mentional Fractal.” It’s the latest in a growing line of mathematical and scientific-related art – including sculpture, painting, numismatic, and hydro-refractive light art – by Scientiquity polymath artist Terry Poulos.
The final product is pictured top-left in the featured image. The top-right image is before color and other mediums were applied. The bottom image shows the three panes of glass individually.
Zooming in close, the viewer can witness a plethora of Rorschach-like fractal images – `shadows of shadows’ which ignite the imagination and spark inspiration.
The light, shadow, and color-induced illusions make for an extraordinarily unique, near natural blend of patinas that even the most experienced of artists might be hard-pressed to produce. Much of the effect is also attributed to texture and the use of colored mediums beyond solely paint.
For more information, contact the artist at Terry1email@aol.com.
Terry Poulos is a Chicago-area writer, archaeological historian, artist and geometer whose investigations focus primarily on physics, geometry and fractal topology, and Number Theory
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