Bloom of Lilacs

Bloom of Lilacs

“Bloom of Lilacs” by Jaya Prime

No.3 of 36 in the “Spectral Recursion” series

“Do you think amethysts can be the souls of good violets?”
~L M Montgomery

Facts: There are more than a 1,000 different varieties of lilacs, and the only flower more fragrant is the rose. A lilac bush can grow taller than 20 ft (16 m), and live longer than a hundred years, and survive temperatures far below freezing. They were first cultivated in the Middle East and have been carried around every corner of the world.

Notes: Raw UltraFractal render while exploring around the elephants. Rendered at 10x, then reduced to 1280 for smoothness. This was one of the most popular designs in the entire series, growing in popularity even to this very day.

Available on These Stores:
Beautiful violet lilac spiral fractal here on Redbubble
Beautiful violet lilac spiral fractal here on Society6

Spectral Iteration, The Book

“Bloom of Lilacs” and more than thirty other fractals and abstracts are a part of the book “Spectral Iteration” by San Jaya Prime. For the first time ever, it is being made publicly available as a full-color, full-page fine art book here on Amazon: Spectral Iteration: A Prismatic Journey thru the Beautiful Art of Fractals and Abstracts

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Author: Jaya Prime

I make worlds. I design art and fractals along specific themes, worlds that pull in the eye and leave the mind asking questions -- those are the worlds I create; where mystery and the enigma hold power, where symbols define the lines that the colors follow. Ex nihilo, ad infinitum. I walk in dreams and dream waking. Who am I? ~San Jaya Prime https://www.instagram.com/fractals_by_jaya/ http://www.redbubble.com/people/jaya-prime

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