Archive for June, 2008

Three Round Geometric Patterns in detail

Sunday, June 29th, 2008

This weekend I’ve been developing a template for round patterns.  Overall they are 16 sided, with three eight-sided designs along each “spoke”.  For variety, alternate spokes have variations on the eight-sided designs.  For the first time I explicitly set out to design a template that would be easy to trim around the edges, so the [...]

Pencil Pattern in Eights in Detail

Friday, June 27th, 2008

Lately I’ve been imagining what someone would like on their living room wall.
Large.  Colorful.  Beautiful.  Intriguing, but not so demanding that it dominates the room.  Something you find new beauty in as time goes on.  Visitors point out aspects you’ve never noticed.  With a story behind it, perhaps.
Then I thought about what kind of geometric [...]

Michaela Potter’s geometric art reviewed

Sunday, June 22nd, 2008

Consider Michaela Potter’s work. She does business as Wanderlust Productionscreating media presentations informed by her passion for travel, but I ran across her work with Mandalas at Imagekind. It struck me that her mandalas isolated and amplified some of the phenomena that I’ve encountered making geometric art from photographs.
All the pieces I’ve seen [...]