More Progress and Wierd Waves

I thought I’d probably have finished that last piece by now but I have not. It’s still ‘in progress’, though I have put more time into it. I really like where the center of this has gone, but I haven’t got a clear idea of how to approach what’s left toward the edges. With the idea that you might enjoy seeing a little of how one of these evolves here’s another glimpse of the work in progress:

Patterns of Integration Work in progress, Feb. 2013
Patterns of Integration Work in progress, Feb. 2013

On another note, researchers have (and I quote) “discovered a new type of gravity wave“. The waves appear in geometric shapes similar to those I use, symmetrical polygons and stars. There are pictures at the site I link to above that show them. The story continues “Such bizarre waves result from a property called nonlinearity, in which a small or simple change results in a disproportionately large or complex effect”.  That ‘nonlinearity’ concept is something I hope applies to these designs as well… that somehow these are seeds of balance and harmony that take root in the psyche and amplify inexplicably.