inspired by the ‘3D Blooms’ tutorial by lindelokse @ deviantart
apophysis 7×14


pam amos, amos, new media art, fractal art, fractal, blooms, flower, red

I work with a variety of mediums including; molten, pigmented waxes, pastels, acrylics and digital media – pixels and light. I love to explore the creative process by combining various methods of photography, hand painting, digital manipulation and textured layering.

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  • James Brotherton
    James Brothertonover 2 years ago

    Wow, this is great Pam. Has a Mexican feel to it for me!

  • thanks James….yes….the colours have a Mexican feel to them…. :)

    – Pam Amos

  • abstractjoys
    abstractjoysover 2 years ago

    Wow! A fav for sure. Love the delicate patterns worked into this energetic and beautiful desing. Reminds me of a pinwheel.

  • welcome back Carolyn…..thanks very much…. :)

    – Pam Amos

  • viennablue
    viennablueover 2 years ago

    wow, this is a stunner, I agree with James, it has a very Mexican feel, hot and spicy, beautiful :-)

  • thank you for your lovely comments Jacqui….always appreciated…. :)

    – Pam Amos

  • CeePhotoArt
    CeePhotoArtover 2 years ago

    Congratulations!!! You have been featured in Cee’s Fun Artsy Friends group (clickable banner)

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  • thanks very much for the feature Cee…much appreciated…. :)

    – Pam Amos

  • Elaine Bawden
    Elaine Bawdenover 2 years ago

    WOW!! I LOVE THIS!!! :)))

  • thanks very much Elaine…. :)

    – Pam Amos

  • Jaclyn Hughes
    Jaclyn Hughesover 2 years ago

    Muy Caliente!! I think it’s unanimous… I get the feel of Mexico with this stunning beauty. Fantastic work hun!

  • thanks very much Jaclyn….. :)

    – Pam Amos

  • Jaclyn Hughes
    Jaclyn Hughesover 2 years ago

    Oh…. and congrats on your feature! :D

  • thanks again :) :)

    – Pam Amos

  • Lyle Hatch
    Lyle Hatchover 2 years ago

    Wonderful image!

  • thanks Lyle…. :)

    – Pam Amos

  • Belinda Osgood
    Belinda Osgoodover 2 years ago

    Stunning, Pam. I was going to say very ‘tribal’ in look, until I read all the comments. I can definitely see Mexico, but my initial reaction was that it could well be from Africa, Asia, or any South American nation – anyway, a definite exotic look and is just beautiful in all its detail and rich colouring.

  • always love your comments Belinda….thanks very much…… :)

    – Pam Amos

  • lorilee
    lorileeover 2 years ago


  • thanks Lorilee…. :)

    – Pam Amos

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