Blog about examples of unconventional creativity in various fields: "multi-disciplinary art works". "Nature never hurries. Atom by atom, little by little she achieves her work." ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
Sunday, September 22, 2013
Friday, September 13, 2013
Art and the City
Art in public placesIt is always great to see art being an everyday, every-place part of life in a city, like this description of art in public life at Miami city:
However, one hardly ever hears of such initiatives in Indian cities. I was pleasantly surprised to hear therefore of an effort in Hauz Khas village, New Delhi, by Columbian artist Vicky Fadul. I am waiting to visit there soon and see the outcome myself. Looking forward to more such initiatives in Indian cities.
Fractal Art Quilts
This is a stunning example of fractals inspiring all kinds of compositions:
Rose Rushbrooke is inspired by fractals and combines them with traditional quilt work, and uses cotton, silk and beads for her creations.
Also, she has listed a whole lot of useful links on her page, for other admirers of fractals.
Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Flowers, Artists and Scientists
Richard Feynman on flowers, artists and scientists
Sunflower seed spirals follow a mathematical sequence
"Can scientists appreciate beauty? Over 30 years ago, physicist Richard Feynman claimed that a scientist can see more beauty in a flower than an artist. Sine then, science and art have combined to bring the meaning of his words to life."
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