I have been fascinated by fractals ever since I first saw them. In my ninth grade geometry class I was first introduced to some of the concepts involved, such as fractal dimension. In that class I designed my first (pseudo)fractal, which I was later able to fully realize using Pov-Ray. I was so interested in this topic that I attended a lecture by Benoit Mandelbrot when I was in about tenth grade. I didn't understand very much at all of what he said, not only because of his heavy Belgian accent, but it was very exciting nonetheless. I later took a class on complex systems at the U of M and started to gain a better understanding of fractal geometry. I borrowed a ton of material from the math library, and am now very passionate about fractal artwork. This collection of fractal art represents work I have done off and on over the last few years, starting in spring 2000.
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