Dynamic nonlinear systems portrayed though fine art means comprise what is called Fractal Field Painting. Many artists have painted in fractals, some without even knowing it. Fractal was a term first used by Benoit Mandlebrot from the Latin frangere meaning to break. A fractal is merely a repeating shape or pattern which is most often regognized as a digital or computer generated image based off of specific mathematical equations. Fractal Field Painting is a category of fine art where the artist paints analog fractals, meaning they are not created with a computer. This site is devoted to artists that paint in fields of fractals.

Please view the work of Derek K. Nielsen

Please view the work of Brett D. Harris


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