Don Bristow is a fractal artist who lives in Bullard, Texas. CHAOTICA is the name given to his collection of contemporary wall art derived from mathematics and presented on aluminum and acrylic. The name CHAOTICA comes from the 20th-century field of mathematics Chaos Theory.
CHAOTICA is a high-tech choice for modern, contemporary residential and commercial wall decor. Finished pieces consist of one to six panels, and the size of each panel ranges from 24″ square to 48″ square. Even larger panels are available on acrylic.
Bristow maintains a great deal of discipline in his work and hopes to help lead the fractal art form out of its infancy and into wider acceptance. Because it can stimulate minds and trigger new ideas, CHAOTICA is an excellent choice for upscale commercial interiors, especially lobbies and conference rooms. It has been shown to appeal to people in a wide range of ages, professions, and interests.
Bristow’s work has been featured in BSCENE Magazine (November 2014), Tyler Morning Telegraph (July 7, 2015), The Commercial Real Estate Network – Atlanta (March 2014), The Commercial Real Estate Network – Dallas (June 2014), and While-U-Wait Magazine (November 2010). CHAOTICA has been exhibited at 14 venues since its launch in 2008. Prior to 2008, Bristow’s fine art photography was exhibited 19 times.