This is a wonderful piece of fractal art. The flower-like spirals are beautiful. The "supporting structure" has a interesting shape and just the right amount of texture. The background has a contrasting color and a somewhat more pronounced texture, which works very well. The curved light lines that criss-cross the entire piece add energy without being distracting.
The composition is well balanced and the elements are nicely placed. Curved lines predominate, giving a graceful and flowing appearance, but there are just enough straight lines to add variety and interest. Most of the elements have nice shading to give them a three-dimensional form, which is key to making this piece successful. The vertical format reinforces the overall energetic feeling. I do wish it was just a bit wider; some nice sinuous lines on both sides are cut off by the edge, which interrupts the overall flow.
A comment about the white: It's a bit overpowering here. The white areas are certainly necessary! And looking through your gallery, I see that most of your works have prominent areas of white; it's part of your style. Even your paintings have white areas, to wonderful effect. But in painting, the white stays firmly in the background; in fractal art white is more difficult to tame! As one example here, consider the right side about a fourth up from the bottom where there is a diagonal element that provides an important link to the bottom part of the piece. It also separates two areas of negative space, so adds a lot to that area. But the white spot there covers it, and is a bit jarring. Judicious use of layer masks could improve this.
But overall this is beautiful and successful art. Thanks for sharing!