Today a study in not-quite pattern.
When our Art History teacher told us about Mannerist Architecture in my High School Humanities class, I was fascinated. Why would you make a huge building with purposely poor proportional relationships?
Anyway, this non-Palladian mis-match pattern was inspired by that concept.
Most of the art that I make I try to play with pattern and how it creates beauty. From Fibonacci to Fractals, mathematics rhythm can be expressed through symmetry, and in this piece, I try to use almost symmetrical forms drawn free-hand to play with the idea of ideal proportion and mathematical beauty.