Patterns that we observe are the product of the geometric way atoms themselves fit together, and the sequence of in their formation. They are basic, beautiful, and exist beside and beyond human affairs. Myrrh has imitated patterns in nature in many mediums, over decades. These are presented in roughly the order she made them, from 1967 to the early 2000s. She started by collecting pictures she loved, and finding similarities between them. It became an intense study of why patterns occur. To read more, click here.