Planck Space Time, 2010
The morning after his accident, Jason’s vision was altered. Light radiated in perpendicular lines and everything took on a new dimension, as if he were looking through a kaleidoscope.
Spiral Scalar, 2008
Over the next few years, Jason became obsessed with geometry, especially the concept of pi. He hadn’t made it past pre-algebra in high school, but now he had an intuitive understanding of complex mathematical concepts.
The Quantum Realm II
Eventually, 4 years after the accident, Jason enrolled at Tacoma Community College to learn the fundamentals of math. That’s where he blossomed and met the love of his life, Elena, over one of his awe-inspiring drawings.
720 Pi Half Rainbow
Jason went through a period of depression because he couldn’t explain what he saw to his family, friends or doctors. He started drawing as a way to express his new visions.
Quantum Blackhole, 2008
“Notice how this image is all right triangles making rotating squares. The squares make more and more squares. The definition of a fractal is a shape that when decomposed the pieces are the same or similar to the whole.”—Jason Padgett
Quantum Hand Through My Eyes, June 7, 2006
“This is how I see my hand. Quantum vibrations, vibrating through all possible paths and I see the one that is relative to me. Look at your own hand and see the fractal lines created by the cells as they multiply. See how the groves form a specific print. That pattern is a fractal pattern. Everything that exists are fractals, even us.”—Jason Padgett
Quantam Cross Hand-Drawn, 2010
“Quantum cross and space time.”—Jason Padgett
Photon Interference Fractal, 2012
“Beautiful quantum interference patterns. Creates perfect symmetry and fractal qualities. Space time is truly beautiful beyond imagination. There is more that we cannot see in the universe than we can see.”—Jason Padgett
Wave Particle Duality, 2010
“Wave Particle duality is one of the most astounding discoveries ever made. Light behaves as a wave when it is not observed but behaves as a particle when observed. We all vibrate through the structure of space time and we make waves just like photons. So are we particles or waves? We are both. Observation creates your reality. Math and Art blended as one and the same...pure geometry.”—Jason Padgett