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2013
Jun
16
1:34 pm

 Photos from my Exhibitions - 011Art Fractals
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Photos from my Exhibitions - 011Art, Milan Dobrojevic
New Moment Gallery, Garden Center - New Year Fractal Exhibition, Belgrade Art Academy Clubs Exhibition
011Art Store : http://011art.deviantart.com/prints/

Fractal Art Exhibition Photo

Fractal Art Exhibition Photo

Fractal Art Exhibition Photo

Fractal Art Exhibition Photo

Fractal Art Exhibition Photo

Fractal Art Exhibition Photo

Fractal Art Exhibition Photo

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Fractal Art Exhibition Photo

Fractal Art Exhibition Photo

Photos from my Exhibitions - 011Art, Milan Dobrojevic
New Moment Gallery, Garden Center - New Year Fractal Exhibition, Belgrade Art Academy Clubs Exhibition
011Art Store : http://011art.deviantart.com/prints/







2013
May
06
5:07 pm

 About Art and Craft by Milan Dobrojevic - Myself
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I love to express my creative energy through fractal and abstract art. Abstract art is the most direct individual visual experience... I have created great number of abstract artworks - over 16,000 fractals (and choose about 300 works for my presentation and shop)  and abstracts with intention to technically improve and especially support individual view on fractals. Most of my fractals are rendered in Fractal Explorer software.

General Skills:
Art & Craft, Design, Music and Video Creation and Production - edit, Sculpting, Painting, SEO...

Fractal Art Store : 011art.deviantart.com
Blog - TASTE OF CORE : tasteofcore.blogspot.com

Inspired by Kyozan Joshu Sasaki - Roshi


FRACTALS

This is what FRACTAL FAQ says - fractal is a rough or fragmented geometric shape, that can be divided in parts, each of which is a small-shaped copy of the whole. They are mathematical structures known as Sierpinski triangle, Koch snowflake, Peano curve, Mandelbrot set, Lorenz attractor... they tend sometimes to resemble nature's creatures or shapes, so by looking at them you might see flowers, clouds even Buddha in some cases. Objects in nature are not formed as squares or triangles - coastlines resemble fractals for instance.

Many create fractals for fun, many create them as a way of artistic expression but mathematicians use fractals to describe, for instance, organic materials instead of using curves and lines, model soil erosion and to analyze seismic patterns. Fractals seem very complex, with random shape, but many of them are generated by using simple formula. Of course, Fractals and Chaos are more-less new branches of maths, since they cannot be explored without powerful computers.But fractals also can be described as a bond between maths and arts.

With the development of computer technology, traditional art got a companion - digital art. Fractal art is now considered a part of digital art movement. Fractals are not created for mathematical purposes any more - they became a thing of beauty. As much as computer is essential for fractal creation, it remains nearly a powerful tool - it takes a human eye to find a feeling, a message or a pure joy in shapes and colors of ''worlds within worlds'', as some say fractals are.

All the best!
Milan








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