Colors of The Golden Ratio
Colors of The Golden Ratio
Colors of The Golden Ratio
Colors of The Golden Ratio

Colors of The Golden Ratio

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I was very inspired to make this painting when I came across "the Golden Ratio" while studying symmetry and the relation it has to the formation of the world around us.
Visually, this ratio looks like the spiral formation seen in the painting. This Golden ratio can be used to describe the proportions of everything from nature's smallest building blocks, such as atoms, to the most advanced patterns in the universe, like the unimaginably large celestial bodies.
The Golden Ratio is also known as the "Golden Mean" or PHI. Mathematically it is expressed as 1.618. The ratio is derived from something called the Fibonacci sequence, named after its Italian founder, Leonardo Fibonacci. Nature relies on this innate proportion to maintain balance, but the financial markets also seem to conform to this ratio as well.
Simply put, I aimed to colorfully depict this ratio, outside of words or numbers.