The fractal art of fine artist and author Andrew Shecktor. Included in this book are some examples of fractal art that can be created using various software programs and techniques. Fractal art is the graphic representation of a fractal equation. A fractal equation is a mathematical equation that has at least one variable. This equation is "seeded" with a random value, and then the equation is repeated using the results. This is done many times until the patterns desired are created. Some examples of fractal mathematics found in nature include the repeating patterns of tree limbs, seashells, flowers, lightning, the galaxies in space. It is the author's hope that the reader will be inspired to pursue fractal art, and to search out some of the fine pieces which have been created. Many examples of fractal art are found in fine art museums around the country.
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