Carnival-8 Fractal Kaleidoscope K12-345
Twelve-panel fractal kaleidoscope; square.
4950 pixels x 4950 pixels (24.50 MP); 24.34 MB (high-resolution JPEG)
This 12-panel fractal kaleidoscopic image (sometimes referred to as Mandala-like) was prepared from a square portion cropped from the fractal abstract "Carnival-8" which is one of nine dual-vortex fractal design images, the "Carnival" series. For each of the nine Carnival images, a further 10-12 twelve-panel kaleidoscopic manipulations were carried out, and are displayed in the Fractal Tiles Gallery.
This image is Carnival-8 K12-180, an image prepared after 180-degree rotation of the square design using Corel Paintshop Pro-14 kaleidoscope package with further color augmentation and sharpening to enhance the final design.
This image does a great job conveying the festive artistry found in fall carnivals. Image K12-180 displays a complex but still child-like "folded cut-out" design pattern that displays fall-like patterns in wondrous detail.
This square image is a perfect "tile" design that can be assembled in groups for a perfect seasonal wall art ensemble of 3-6 images with 10x10 up to 16x16 "tiles" grouped together or for a single hanging as large as 24-30 inches square. White matting and black frames would be a perfect way to showcase the fall colored kaleidoscopic fractals.
The simple design also comes across beautifully on a 6x6 ceramic tile for use as wall art or as a hot plate in the kitchen. The acrylic-covered ceramic tile holds up well as a hot plate with cork glued to the bottom-side to prevent accidental cracking of the ceramic tile. To purchase a ceramic tile, click: Buy, This Photo, Keepsakes, Ceramic Tile.
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