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Fractal Murals Across The MetroABQ: All Fractals Created By APS Students...

An easy mural to see is a Starburst Fractal on an outside wall at the NM Museum of Natural History, seen two above.

The search for winning Fractal Challenge murals inevitably brings you to the Harwood Art Center, where there are two installations on the campus. You may regularly pass one of the fractals--previously seen in this newsletter--which faces Mountain Road & reminds me of the Transcendental Painting Group, a show recently held at the Albuquerque Museum.

The other fractal mural at the Harwood can be found in a gated courtyard to the back of the main complex. As the Harwood is closed to the public though, visiting it is currently a challenge. Peering through the fence across the courtyard, you can still catch a glimpse of the fractal: bright blue against the almost 100-year-old red brick building background, directly above. You can catch most of the image on the site.

Below is an interesting & playful fractal Downtown near Third St & Silver Ave, just west of the Silver Street Market. Here's a previously installed mural in the same spot. Treat yourself & go see some of them. Many current Fractal Mural images here...

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