This work is an abstract representation of a botanical specimen based on a fractal Fibonacci spiral. Individual flowers grow from the bifurcation points and bend toward the smaller fractal component. Flowers are colored depending on the growing angle. Every flower lies along a larger virtual spiral path of similarly colored and bending flowers. The work is made entirely from circular arcs and filled circles.
Mathematical Art Exhibition, Tri-Section Meeting of the Indiana, Illinois, and Michigan Sections of the MAA, Valparaiso University, 23–24 March 2018.
Mathematics as Muse, Ella Sharp Museum, Jackson, Michigan. 1–31 October 2016.
- Bridges 2015 Exhibition of Mathematical Art, The University of Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland. 29 July – 2 August 2015.
- Bridges: Connections Between Art and Mathematics Juried Exhibition, Center for the Arts Gallery, Towson University, Towson, Maryland. 27 June – 25 July 2015.
- Bridges Baltimore Art Exhibition Catalog, p. 143, Edited by Conan Chadbourne, Robert Fathauer, Katie McCallum, and Nathan Selikoff, ISBN: 978-1-938664-16-8, Tessellations Publishing, 2015.