
Spira Mirabilis
John T. Cooksey, ©2005, oil on canvas, 48in. diameter
Fibonacci series numbers 13 and 21 are the count of clockwise and counterclockwise spirals in this design.
The Spiral paintings are inspired by mathematical structures created by scientists studying the golden ratio, a seemingly magical geometric proportion commonly found in natural growth patterns. I have inserted a circle into each polygonal shape, using color to express simultaneous clockwise and counterclockwise mathematical spirals.
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Spira Mirabilis 3455
John T. Cooksey, ©2009, oil on canvas, 48in. diameter
Fibonacci series numbers 34 and 55 are the count of clockwise and counterclockwise spirals in this design.
The Spiral paintings are inspired by mathematical structures created by scientists studying the golden ratio, a seemingly magical geometric proportion commonly found in natural growth patterns. I have inserted a circle into each polygonal shape, using color to express simultaneous clockwise and counterclockwise mathematical spirals.
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Spira Mirabilis 89144
John T. Cooksey, ©2009, oil on canvas, 48in. diameter
Fibonacci series numbers 89 and 144 are the count of clockwise and counterclockwise spirals in this design.
The Spiral paintings are inspired by mathematical structures created by scientists studying the golden ratio, a seemingly magical geometric proportion commonly found in natural growth patterns. I have inserted a circle into each polygonal shape, using color to express simultaneous clockwise and counterclockwise mathematical spirals.
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Bernoulli's Bubbles
John T. Cooksey, ©2005, oil on canvas, 48in. diameter
The Spiral paintings are inspired by mathematical structures created by scientists studying the golden ratio, a seemingly magical geometric proportion commonly found in natural growth patterns. I have inserted a circle into each polygonal shape, using color to express simultaneous clockwise and counterclockwise mathematical spirals.
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Spira Omega
John T. Cooksey, ©2005, oil on canvas, 48in. diameter
Named for two opposing spirals that suggest the shape of a lower case omega.
The Spiral paintings are inspired by mathematical structures created by scientists studying the golden ratio, a seemingly magical geometric proportion commonly found in natural growth patterns. I have inserted a circle into each polygonal shape, using color to express simultaneous clockwise and counterclockwise mathematical spirals.
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