Phi invertedInspired by music

Digital Abstract Painting - Image 026 - Phi inverted
Phi is the 21st letter of the Greek alphabet. Phi Inverted is a track from the progressive metal artists known as The Universe Divide. It was played many times as Bert painted this digital abstract painting.
He has no idea what inspired the song from The Universe Divide. But he in turn was inspired by the music.
Dimensions: 14400px X 17400px.
Painted: 2022.
Availability: It’s available as a poster at my clothing company.

The story behind – Phi Inverted

Phi Inverted, a concept so grand, a mathematical mystery, in which to stand. A golden ratio, that’s always revered, but inverted, its meaning, is not so clear.

A spiral loop, that descends and unfolds, a pattern of beauty, that’s always bold. From nature to art, it’s all around, a symbol of harmony, that’s truly profound.

But when inverted, it’s different, a twist in design, a symbol of chaos, that’s not so kind. It’s a balance of forces, that’s often unseen, a symbol of power, that’s fueled by caffeine.

So what does it mean, this concept of phi? Is it a symbol of order, or just a simple lie? It’s a question that’s asked, by those in the know, and the answer remains, a mystery to unfold.

So ponder this concept, and what it might hold, Phi Inverted, a concept, that’s both bold and cold. A symbol of balance, a twist on a theme, a mathematical mystery, that’s wanting to be seen.

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