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12/2/10 – Featured in the IMAGEWRITING Group.
12/6/10 – Featured in THE WORLD AS WE SEE IT Group.
12/6/10 – Featured in the A FRACTAL ENERGY PASSION Group.
3/2/11 – Featured in the INDIGENOUS ARTISTS Group.
4/28/11 – Featured in the ART UNIVERSE Group.

Made in UltraFractal 5 from the Orbit Boost (Julia) formula. The time pieces and filter effects were added in Photoshop CS. I used the Redfield Bas Relief filter to achieve the embossed look. The photo of the clock face is a stock photo by Roger McLassus at wikimedia.org.

This is the cover image for the new fractal art calendar that I’m putting together. It was inspired by one of my favorite sci-fi novels by the same name, written by John Maxim.

“Every time it snows, Jonathan Corbin sees people and scenes that haven’t existed for 100 years. Is he being haunted or has he lost his mind? Sturdevant, the psychiatrist his girlfriend Gwen brings in, has another explanation: Jonathan is in the grip of “genetic memory,” in which ancestral recollections, like physical characteristics, are genetically inherited. With Gwen and Sturdevant’s encouragement, an engrossing saga unfolds, conceiving love, greed, and murder in 1880s New York, and featuring Teddy Roosevelt, Jay Gould and J. P. Morgan, among othersall from the perspective of Tilden Beckworth, by whom Jonathan seems possessed. Meanwhile, in the 1980s, Ella and Tilden Beckworth II are out to kill Jonathan as they have all others with knowledge of their family’s dark secrets. But Lesko, the ex-cop they’ve hired for the job, is smarter, tougher and more ethical than they’d expected. Maxim (Abel/Baker/Charley) works up to an ingenious climax, with the vivid cast of characters, past and present, face to face at last. Combining the elements of a good old-fashioned ghost story and a suspenseful thriller, this is an immensely readable yarn." [from the review on amazon]

Kathleen

12/14/10 – TOP TEN WINNER in the All in Time challenge hosted by the Cee’s Fun Artsy Friends group.
12/17/10 – TOP TEN WINNER in the Time Marches On challenge hosted by The World As We See It group.

Tags

kathleen emerson, roca mia design, time out of mind, fractal abstract, ftrd2010, ftrd2011, manipulation, collage

Comments

  • dperalta
    dperaltaover 3 years ago

    LOVELY textures and colors. Love the layering!

  • colleensilkart
    colleensilkartover 3 years ago
    this is wonderful. it’s fun looking to see what all i see. i’m glad you’re doing a calendar again.
  • Thanks, Colleen! I won a voucher from RedBubble, so I decided to treat myself to a calendar for Christmas.

    – rocamiadesign

  • Colleen…I’ve been sending you bmail messages here, but I don’t think you’ve found your messages yet. You access them by waving your mouse over the “MyBubble” link at the top right corner of any page. A dropdown list will appear below that and the top link is BubbleMail. Click on that to get to your mailbox. I’ll try to post a link to your mail HERE.

    – rocamiadesign

  • Esperanza Gallego
    Esperanza Gallegoover 3 years ago

  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarkeover 3 years ago

    Very interesting concept and work. Well done.

  • Thank you, Bunny! I’ve been trying to experiment.

    – rocamiadesign

  • lacitrouille
    lacitrouilleover 3 years ago

    What a sumptuous design. :)

  • Thank you, Josette! This is a new favorite of mine.

    – rocamiadesign

  • loiteke
    loitekeover 3 years ago

  • Wow! Thank you, Meeli!

    – rocamiadesign

  • AndreaEL
    AndreaELover 3 years ago

    Congratulations on your wonderful feature, great WORK and well earned.

  • Thanks, Andrea!

    – rocamiadesign

  • Indelibly-Yours
    Indelibly-Yoursover 3 years ago

    As always – wonderful!!!

  • Thank you! You are so kind!

    – rocamiadesign

  • JUSTART
    JUSTARTover 3 years ago

    beautiful

  • Ingrid Funk
    Ingrid Funkover 3 years ago

    wonderful :-))

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