Bali Experience in fractal art
Many years ago I was on a vacation with my girlfriend on fascinating island of Bali. The sea was very clean and crystal clear. There’s nothing we enjoy more than long walks along the beach every morning. In the afternoon we were admiring beautiful patterned pieces of Balinese art on the local art market: wood carvings, gouache or acrylic on canvas and painted textile.
This kind of Baroque folk art was reminded me of fractal and other kinds of digital art. My fractal pictures Banjax, Celtic Madala, Jewllers Cave and Hypertrance in their colours and patterns resemble balinese art:
After the dinner, we usually spend your evenings by the light of lanterns, looking at night sky and trying to compare the south sky constellations to the northern hemisphere night sky.
At the end of this holiday I had mistakenly drank tap water and got stomach pains. Fortunately this disease didn’t spoil our overall unforgettable experience. Two beautiful hand carved wooden masks and a tapestry with multicolored patterns still remind us of the island Bali every time when we look at the wall in our living room. I tried to transform some of these shapes and patterns into medium of digital art: (Masks, Iterated mandala)