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« on: February 14, 2016, 04:31:00 PM »

"Hyperrealist Painting of Fractal Thought"



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Happy Valentines Day. For those of you that love, love art, or love the thought of learning more, today I bring you my latest painting.
Full Title" Hyperrealist Painting of Fractal Thought"
Oil on Canvas 16" Diameter, 2/14/2016
The third and last in the hyperrealist manner, this painting of thought shows how thought is fractal in many ways, but most lucidly by the fractal reproduction of the brain, in the fractal structure. This depicts how one thought can lead to another, and another. Overall the picture makes visible the electrochemical process of thought, and the geometrical ramifications of that process.
While all three hyperrealist paintings are based on fractals, they depict snapshots of different types of thought. Millisecond photographic painted captures of the wonder that is occurring all the time, just beyond your senses.

To read about all three of these extraordinary thought images and learn about each visit;
http://www.louismarkoya.com/#!hyperrealist/co5u

To see more fantastic art, anecdotes about my time working with Dali, and extra neural stimuli visit;
www.louismarkoya.com

The background fractal depicting fractal thought in this image were generated in FRAX
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