Dennis Brady - Fall 2010
Dennis Brady is a Sand Point, Idaho based self-taught fractal artist with more than 25 years experience with digital computer art. He is self-taught and learns through experimentation. Dennis draws his inspiration from eclectic views of nature along with the psychedelic scene in the 60s. That era's music, personalities and light shows truly affected his perception of art and his fractals are the culmination of that journey. His work has employed dozens of fractal generating programs in the creation of his art. The computer is his tool to create art, just as brushes and paint are the tools with which a painter works. Dennis begins with the selection of the mathematical formula used in the structure of the fractal, and includes the printing and framing of the prints as part of the creation of his art. All of Dennis’ designs are printed using light fast inks on acid free, resin coated archival satin/luster paper on the new state of the art Canon 12 color iPF wide format printer. This ensures years of museum quality print life.