The use of idioms in art can add an extra layer of substance to a piece, and make it even more interesting for the viewer. They serve as a vivid picture of a particular expression, giving more insight into its interpretations. Abstract art is applied here to describe these abstract situations.
“One Good Turn Deserves Another” (2013)
This Apophysis fractal is made up of a never-ending display of spiral shapes with a variety of colors. Like the idiom suggests, if you are lucky enough to be the end result of an act of kindness, then why not return the favor? A good deed should always be returned. An infinite cycle of good deeds may lead to a pleasant existence.
“Life Is Full Of Chess Moves” (2014)
Resembling a chessboard and it's pieces, this Mandelbulb 3d fractal explores the fact that living out life can be infinitely complex. It is full of maneuvers that you have to make in order to succeed. Like the game of chess, you always have to be several steps ahead, but there are an infinite amount of choices you can make.
“Light At The End Of The Tunnel” (2014)
Made in Apophysis. When examining this fractal, your eyes can't help but go immediately to its bright center, like tunnel vision. It represents hope. It suggests that you can always come out on top, despite the twists that life can throw at you.
“Home Is Where The Heart Is” (2015)
A Mandelbulb 3d fractal representing a heart surrounded by the walls of a room. Life itself is a puzzle, and home is where you can feel the most safe, secure and loved.
“Out Of Chaos, Comes Order” (2012)
At first glance, this Apophysis fractal can look like a jumbled mess. But when looking past the disorder, you will see patterns of elegant beauty. Even when your life is spinning out of control, there is always an attempt to find balance and structure. Throughout the universe, many examples can be found of organization coming from extreme turmoil. Fractals are at the foundation of chaos theory.
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