Brenda Molloy brings fractals from the mathematical realm to the artistic. Fractals are an expression of the underlying mathematics of all of nature: growth patterns, movements, wavelengths, etc. The artwork at first appears mathematically before it is rendered perceptible through the aid of the computer.
Brenda works with the original formulas to generate images. She then modifies the parameters to control everything about the image, including shape, color, lighting and texture. Then like a collage, each art piece is made up of numerous layers, and the layers are merged or blended together for the final piece.
Because Fractal art work is based on algorithms, it can be produced at very large sizes, without any degradation in the art work. In fact the inverse is true — the larger the rendering the more detail in the finished piece.
Each of Brenda's completed pieces is then printed to archival museum standards as a fine art giclée on canvas or paper.
Samples of Brenda's fractal art can be seen in both local galleries and national magazines.
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