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When I woke this morning I grumbled and sighed, not wanting to get up from my warm bed, not wanting to start another week of early mornings. Then I found out that long-time EBSQ member Ruth Jamieson had passed away on Saturday. Complaining about early Monday mornings seems trivial. I didn’t know Ruth very well, but I knew her enough for her passing to tug at my heart. In January of last year I began a short-lived challenge through the EBSQ forums, the Fractal Challenge. That same month I interviewed Ruth for the EBSQ Blog and as it turned out, fractals were one of her passions. What better way to remember a wonderful artist than through her art. The fractals below were Ruth’s entries in the EBSQ Fractal Challenge.

Wind Flakes by Ruth Jamieson

Wind Flakes by Ruth Jamieson

Singularity by Ruth Jamieson

Singularity by Ruth Jamieson

Winter Bark by Ruth Jamieson

Winter Bark by Ruth Jamieson

Rest well, Ruth. I hope you are painting rainbows on the other side.

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