The Fibonacci Rectangles collection shows arrangements of Fibonacci rectangles whose height and width are two consecutive Fibonacci numbers (fn and fn+1). The length of a rectangle becomes the width of the following rectangle.
Fibonacci Butterfly Wings
In the work Fibonacci Butterfly Wings, the rectangles are used to draw in them virtual quarter ellipses, the semi-axes of which are the sides of the rectangle. These, in turn, serve to insert a cloudy coloring whose structure resembles a butterfly’s wing.