Where nature, science & art meet
"Art and science are very different, but they both spring from cultivated perceptual sensitivity. They both rest on a base of acute pattern recognition. At the simplest level, artists and scientists alike make it possible for people to appreciate patterns which they were either unable to distinguish, or which they had learned to ignore in order to cope with the complexity of their daily lives." - Frank Oppenheimer, American physicist, (1912-1985).
Published in book form, these macro photos of patterns in plants were to demonstrate that the beauty of nature is not random. The language of natural patterns is geometry and neuro-science demonstrates that we are drawn to such imagery.