This fractal is dedicated to my Mom. She loved the color red. She worked as a Registered Physical Therapist for 50 plus years. Mom was the hardest working person I ever knew and was dedicated to helping people. She was diagnosed with AML (Leukemia) in May of 2008. Her Leukemia, as explained to me by her doctor, was characterized by the bone marrow's overproduction of large, thick, immature white blood cells. This image is what Leukemia looks like to me. Mom had a beautiful spirit filled with love, generosity and kindness. She lost the battle in July of 2008. I loved her dearly and I miss her daily. My heart goes out to all the patients and families dealing with this tragic disease.
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My formal training is in computer information systems, MCSE, database management and control system programming. I have an insatiable curiosity about most things computer related, in other words I am a “geek”, more appropriately, a “geekette”.
My creative explorations have included; stained glass, jewelry, commissioned colored pencil portraits, and digital oil paintings. My latest fascination, the creation of fractal art, has merged both my logical and...
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