Spira mirabilius

  • Embroidery
  • 105 x 92 x 4 cm
    (41.34 x 36.22 x 1.57 in)
  • Meredith Woolnough
  • Sold

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.

  • Framed: 105 x 92 x 4 cm
  • Created: 2016
 
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