Personalised bookplate art on recycled limestone paper

This is a little experiment on recycled limestone paper (also known as stone paper). The paper is super smooth and has a lovely feel to it, but it is basically calcium carbonate (80%) bonded with bio-polyethylene resin (20%). It is water proof and resistant to tear, but is sensitive to UV which means it biodegrades… Continue reading Personalised bookplate art on recycled limestone paper

Art inspired by the Fibonacci sequence and fractals 

Above: Arbor Vitae (inspired by the Fibonacci sequence and fractals), 2021, acrylic and ink on Khadi 120 gsm cotton rag The Fibonacci sequence is ubiquitous in nature, and repeats itself as infinitesimal fractals. It was a fun exercise to explore how art can be inspired by mathematics. The spirals and curves are also strongly reminiscent… Continue reading Art inspired by the Fibonacci sequence and fractals 

Memory and the Imagination

We are so bound by our experience of time. We tend to think of time as flowing from one point to another, or as an arrow that moves in one direction, never standing still but continuously moving. As such, we are always in the present. A present that keeps moving, but because we exist in… Continue reading Memory and the Imagination

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