Giclee digital print, 22" x 14" , 2009.
The work before us is digital printing, using the division of the plane, namely Penrose tiling. It is worth noting that the author manually creates patterns, that is, develops the shape and colors, and seems to "experience the history" of art objects. For a more detailed analysis in the understanding of this project, not only from the point of view of art, but also of a work that can be bought (and a description of the art characteristics to understand its true value), contact marketing plan writing.
Ribbons of Rhythm (foreground image with detail behind) is an exploration of the aesthetic qualities of Penrose tiling. David Austin in "Penrose Tilings Tied up in Ribbons", describes the ribbons thus: "Opposite sides of a rhomb are parallel to one another. Therefore, if we begin with a rhomb and a pair of opposite sides, we may form a "ribbon" by adding the rhombs attached to that pair of opposite sides and then continuing outward". The print reveals only a single family of parallel ribbons in one orientation, however there are another four orientations associated with a five fold Penrose tiling.
Paul Stacy, Landscape Architect
"Without a programming or mathematical background, I explore my interest in Penrose tiles by hand building patterns in Corel Draw and experimenting with colors, shapes, welding, contouring and other functions that allow me to explore the aesthetic realm of Penrose tiling, which continues to hold my interest particularly as long range positional order and beauty are revealed."