The logarithmic spiral is found across the natural world. You will see this spiral curve in the chambers of a nautilus shell, in an unfurling fern frond, in the centre of a sunflower or in the swirling eye of a storm cloud. This piece began with a study of the mathematics of the logarithmic spiral and developed into its current twisting form.
Embroidery thread and pins on paper
92 x 105cm (framed size)
Framed in a white box frame
Currently available at Whitewall Contemporary, FL, USA