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The 70th World Science Fiction Convention
August 30-September 3, 2012   Hyatt Regency   Chicago

Artist Gallery

Carolyn Nicita


This is my seventh year creating art using the copacetic flame fractal generator Apophysis.

In October, the nice folks at the OryCon Art Show slipped me a Best Fantasy Art award whie I was out enjoying the festivities there.

A couple months later, my flame fractals got to shine on the walls of the Stephen R. Covey Center for the Arts while Tim Little's junkyard sculptures roamed the floor in a showing called "Do Dragons Dream of Electric Sheep." Three of the fractal pieces stayed afterward in the Center's permanent collection.

And then I showed art at Utah's "Life, the Universe and Everything" science fiction symposium's 30th anniversary, and I didn't even get blacklisted.

What a long, strange trip it's been.

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Artwork: Praeglyphioceras Radiospinas

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