Sunday, 8 July 2012

Within the Cerebral Cortex II

Watercolour, gouache, pencil and ink on watercolour paper, with digital reflection.

These self-replicating patterns of kaleidoscopic hexagonal form tessellate perfectly, and their construction can potentially be extended infinitely. When arranged as a vertical panel, an individual elongated hexagon appears like an illuminated stained glass window in the Perpendicular Gothic style. These dynamic forms illustrate an idea of vision from the mind's eye, the windows of the cerebral cortex, or the stained glass of the cerebral cathedral.


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