Renata Spiazzi writes: "Born in Italy, I have been involved in the arts all my life. I moved to the United States in 1952 where I taught arts and crafts at the San Diego Community College. Upon retirement I was introduced to the computer.

"When I discovered the potential of the digital tool I decided that I did not want to do an oil painting, a watercolor, or even a wood cut. I wanted to take advantage of what the computer had to offer. Fascinated by filters and then by fractal programs I started making compositions using the non objective images given to me by fractals fragments and a new world opened up for me. I am completely taken by fractals now and I compare my compositions to music. It is not what it looks like, but what it makes you feel when you look at it!"

These fractals are born from a combination of Apophysis, Photoshop and Topaz.

Renata Spiazzi's Website