Bio:

Raised in Phila, Pa. BA from Temple U, majoring in political science and public administration.

 

I condemn Marxism and Socialism in all forms; as well as the myriad of fallacies being incorrectly propagated as US history.

I do not participate in the destructive “Social Media Cesspool”, nor do I rely on traditional forms of media for news.

I am on this platform to share, learn, and enjoy the art and photography from people around the world. One of the best aspects of Flickr is the ability to learn about a variety of cultures through their crafts,art, and photos; free from any political or racial toxicity.

( I block everyone who has foul degrading comments against any people or populations on their Flickr stream, including politically charged toxic posts masquerading as art)

 

Self taught artist, fascinated with patterns and design; I have been designing and creating fractals for over 12 years.

A fractal is a rough or fragmented geometric shape that can be split into parts. Fractals are characterized by infinite detail and repetition at all scales. Fractal geometry changes our comprehension of reality by providing a way to describe the irregularities in nature.

My creations are extraordinary in richness,variety,and harmony. Using a rainbow palette to create stunning hues and texture; each piece is a fascinating visual experience, full of vibrant details. I have created logos for several local businesses and currently have 15 images under license with an international wholesaler. My images have been used as cover art for a book published by the BPB in Germany, an INC medical publication in Argentina; and I had an image

featured on the cover of the International Light Association Journal. My works have been viewed extensively around the world on major online art communities, on blogs, and in a public library in New Zealand.

In January of 2018 I had the honor of exhibiting one of my pieces at the Joint Math Meetings.

 

****If interested in using any of my art, contact me on Flickr or at my encrypted e-mail: antarctica246@CTemplar.com

 

**** COPYRIGHT NOTICE****:

My gallery and images contained in it are Copyright. All rights reserved. The materials contained in my FLICKR gallery may NOT be reproduced, copied, edited, published, transmitted, borrowed, duplicated, printed, downloaded, or uploaded in any way without my express written permission. ****

 

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  • JoinedAugust 2007
  • OccupationFractal and Graphic artist
  • HometownEarth

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Belíssima Galeria. Muita criatividade e cores fantásticas. Parabéns!!!!

June 2, 2020
Agreeable Cabbage (deleted)

Wow, amazing work, the colors are so vibrant, so beautiful !!!!

February 16, 2021
Trite Growth (deleted)

I wasn't too interested in fractals.....till I saw Antarticas' Work. I find her style an irresistible turn-on and a pleasure. Well done my friend, I admire you . . . I see the LOve & passion in your work ! Fond greetings to you and your family dear. Always your friend, Tim

March 9, 2010
Modern Hall (deleted)

Carol is a very creative and talented digital artist. I especially love her math art and I am awed by her prolific output and the high-quality of her work. On top of that, she is a wonderful, considerate, and caring human being! Thanks, Carol for being such a good Flickr friend.

February 23, 2010

Carol is a very creative and eclectic artist. Her collages are absolutely beautiful, and one could spend hours examining them without seeing everything. She packs so much colour and beauty into every piece, and every piece is fascinating and gorgeous in its own wonderful way. She is also a great encourager... thank you… Read more

Carol is a very creative and eclectic artist. Her collages are absolutely beautiful, and one could spend hours examining them without seeing everything. She packs so much colour and beauty into every piece, and every piece is fascinating and gorgeous in its own wonderful way. She is also a great encourager... thank you for being my Flickr friend Carol! : )

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April 11, 2008