Observations on Chaos

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Trafford Publishing, 2011 - Poetry - 116 pages
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Chaos became a branch of mathematics in the 20th century. In this 21st century, it has interesting and exciting possibilities.

In Observations on Chaos, Helen Slade looks at the chaotic features of Life, Nature, People, Places and Science. Turbulence can be found in all these areas; from a state of mind (A Discourse on Depression) to what we have done to our planet (Ruination) and the violence of war (Boudicca s Curse).

The 25 color illustrations in this poetry book are her own paintings. In the portraits she has hoped to extract the visual essence of the subject, not a mere likeness."


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Helen Slade, artist and poet, believes that expressing yourself artistically is finding yourself and losing yourself. It is as simple and as complicated at that. Your observations filter into your mind, are felt in your heart, and are translated by your soul. You are driven to express the eternal and interpret the profound. She currently lives in British Columbia, Canada. She is also the author of the poetry collection Impromptu Musings.

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