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Fractal image "Rhythm of Lifel", translucent abstract fractal design with spirals. Digital art (Mathematical) by Karin Kuhlmann.

Artwork Title: Rhythm of Life.
Artist:
Karin Kuhlmann 2010
Medium: Digital Art (Mathematical)
Art Style: Abstract

Abstract fractal art (Mathematical) created with Apophysis, edited with Adobe Photoshop.

Description
of the digital art technique used to create this image:


The flame fractal image “Rhythm of Life” was generated and rendered with Apophysis and then artistically edited with Adobe Photoshop to get the fine, translucent colour scheme, the painterly quality and the three dimensional deepness.

Series: Fractals as Art on
the Subject Spirals by Karin Kuhlmann.

The original digital high resolution file is available for large sized fine art prints up to
60 inch x 45 inch.

 

“Rhythm of Life” is an expressive, powerful Fractal Design with finely curved pulsating spiral shapes as symbols for life. This abstract digital fractal artwork exudes positive energies and joy of living through a fine tuned bright and vibrant paint scheme. The delicate, translucent color, the 3-dimensional spatial depth and the scenic quality of the image was achieved through artistic editing using Adobe Photoshop.

Fine Art Prints: The high quality of my fractals allow large fine art prints up to 60 inch. Each print is individually printed from the original digital file and can be shipped worldwide.

© Copyright: All images of this website are original digital art works by
German Digital Artist Karin Kuhlmann. All Rights Reserved.
Text Author: Karin Kuhlmann

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