Two and Three-Dimensional Constructions and Natural Fractal Art.
(1) Development of 2-color and 3-color maps as sequential art and related sculptures using foamcore and toothpicks (no dust, no noise)
(2) Knots from folded tinfoil and larger sculptures from foamcore arcs and toothpicks.
(3) Form and Space Are SAME! (using pieces of space and pieces of form to construct space sculpture and form sculpture with same shape - see space from inside, form from outside.)
(4) Abstact planar sculptures from foamcore and toothpicks and enlargement (exercise in increasing linear dimensions but preserving angles in 2D and 3D).
(5) Natural fractal stone prints from polished granite shapes.(combination of Euclidean geometry with natural fractal geometry from one-inch thick granite triangles and other shapes. The triangle is broken into pieces and the pieces are separated slightly to obtain the fractal spaces between pieces. The linear outline of the triangle is preserved so one obtains a Euclidean boundary with fractal patterns inside. A print is then made using woodblock ink and Japanese paper. Two ,three, and four color maps result by using different color inks.