For many years I have observed and photographed visual patterns. Sometimes I stumble upon them, and other times I search to find them, record them and perhaps make some sense of the relationships I see in the many variations. In the early '70s I began to put these observations together and to classify the many patterns into branching and layering. These two systems I see as primal information from which the human can better understand an underlying structure in the universe. These universal patterns act as building blocks to many diverse and complex forms and phenomena. The images and ideas continue to excite me as an artist-teacher and science student. My slide collection continues to grow and my notes reflect the ever changing relationships I see.
Iowa Science Teachers Journal
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Iowa Science Teachers Journal: Vol. 24
, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/istj/vol24/iss3/2