Jan. 1st, 2020. 400 knots a week
Like many of you, I’ve been a long time WordPress content creator & user.
Simple, clean and robust, I tolerated their putting ads on my site, nothing is really for free, I guess. Big conundrum lately – no more free site option on WP. What shall I do for my upcoming 2020 project? Can’t use the old sites templates, and I’m not ready to pay a fee either. The next to best thing to do is to take the plunge and move to Patreon I got the idea from Tatiana Aleksina & Tony Single. Thanks for it guys!
I’ll be maintaining & updating each of my WP sites as needed to give you updates relevant to each particular project. Otherwise, join me on my new home for a one knot a week for 52 week project that will take us sailing around the planet Earth for the entire year.
I’ll be missing you WordPress, thanks for having been such a pleasant host all these years. And to all, thanks again for your long following & support. Best to each one of you in 2020
To celebrate the upcoming NanoArt-ICPAM12 conference in Heraklion Crete, volume 4 of the Math-Art series will be available for free on GoogleBook 08/27-09/03 @http://bit.ly/RiemannManifolds
Have a great Labor Day week end!
“52 grains of Sand” on the Mediterranean shores next September.
5th International NanoArt exhibit & conference at the Technological Educational Institute of Crete, Heraklion, Greece, September 22 – 28, 2018. More information @http://nanoart21.org/international-festival-of-nanoart/
52 grains of sand – Geometry of Nature. A visual journey through the geometry of 52 minerals. 365 illustrations plus revised text.
Now available in print on Amazon.com
Also, small, medium, and large size – paper or canvas prints of the individual images portfolio
Now available on Saatchi-Art at Jean Constant, collection, Geometry of Nature.
After a year exploring the geometry of nature through the beautiful and so well-organized structure of 52 minerals, randomness seems like an intriguing challenge for 2018.
If you’re interested to follow me on my next project, you’re welcome to join me on next blog – Stochastic Art –
The Geometry of Nature project is starting to move around.
An article I wrote after the work I did on 02-03 has been just been published by IGI-Global under the title The Four-Color Theorem and the Geometry of Nature
Something I was curious about and wanted to share with you.
I was tempted all week to go back to the first week of January, but I waited till I today to see how my work evolved from day #1 to day #365. Top line, the first 3 diamond crystal images I created back the first week of Jan. 2017. Bottom line, 3 of the diamond series I sketched, week of Dec. 24-30, 2017. In between, 364 days working one image a day in the VESTA program.
Quite an adventure! Next? A selection of the posts you liked best on SaatchiArt, a book with all the images following the 12-30 project format, and maybe, a new imaging project too.
Thank you for having followed me this year again. Wishing you all a Happy New year and a very productive 2018.
A selection of the Geometry of Nature project images from the summer months (June, July, August) is now available at Saatchi Art – aluminum, canvas or paper. Look for collection – Geometry of Nature – https://goo.gl/h7LrSY
Just in time for July 4th and to celebrate the Geometry of Nature project mid-term, the artwork of the first 6 months (Jan.-June) is now available on Saatchi Art, large format, aluminum, canvas or paper at http://goo.gl/h7LrSY
Or the long version URL:
Saatchi Art, Jean Constant, Collection – Geometry of Nature
Feel free to contact me if you can’t find the one you’re looking for.