Certainly floral, Coco, and I see the thorns. I've just had this thought that you could/can work a bit like Miro with all his biomorphic structures. You build up your own symbolic fractal units that then represent ideas you wish to convey. You could then start to construct montages that develop a narrative that only you and the cognoscenti would understand...hmmm. I must remember this idea for my notes on fractal art.
David, that you could even link my work to that of such a respected artist as Joan Miro is a huge compliment! I create thematically with an end result in mind ~ mostly they turn out as I hope, sometimes not ~ but I work on the images being compositionally pleasing, both in form and colour, and I'm happy when they bring pleasure to those who view them. I thank you deeply for your wonderful comments! Coco
Coco - I was just musing aloud so to speak. I could see a way forward using common motifs that could be generated by fractal software and then made into, symbolically, abstract forms with meaning. Miro used such ideas (sans fractals), but few if any know how to interpret much of his work. But, I like your work as it is!!
Update on the stray pussy - she still around, but not using the box and blanket we put out for her. We think she has a pussy pad in a shed up the road. She is eating everything that we put down for her, and, given her size, a delivery seems imminent. None of the agencies can do anything - all full of abandoned cats at the moment.
I'm happy you like my work as it is, David, and hope it isn't quite as confusing as Miro's. Many people disparage fractal art as just pretty colours and patterns, but those dedicated to this artform can work for many hours, and sometimes days, trying to get the image just right to convey that special feeling to the viewer. Little Moggie sounds so self-sufficient ~ I'm glad she seems to be in good spirits and well-fed by kind people. Please let me know about her kittens when she has them! Coco