For the past 7 years, my greatest joy and passion has been learning about Sacred Geometry. I love constructing and deconstructing diagrams and patterns as well as crop circles and then adding color and dimension.
My soul has always been driven by the need to draw since I was a child. Nothing in the past has been as satisfying as constructing Sacred Geometry drawings. It was only natural that I should begin to add color and texture to my diagrams and constructions as I personalize each one with bits of myself in the moment.
My journey into Sacred Geometry began with the Vesica Piscis, Seed of Life and Flower of Life. From there it sprang forward into the many expressions of the Golden Mean also known as Phi (1.618...). Eventually my explorations into finding other examples of Sacred Geometry led me to crop circles. Learning how to decipher and deconstruct crop circles is a magnificent way to test ones ability to see and demonstrate how the Sacred in Geometry can be examined through a different lens. Granted, there are many explanations as to "how" these crop circles came to be, but no one can argue that a geometer somewhere made a plan and executed it in a field of crops.
In the beginning, I began adding color to my geometrical drawings with only colored pencils and eventually I drug out the water colors and ran off to the art store to purchase artist markers. Some of my works are completed in only colored pencil, water colors and artist markers, but many of them are multi-media, and may also include 3D paint, jewels and glitter glue.
From the Vesica Piscis is born the Universe and all of life springs forth beginning with the most simple geometrical expressions, such as the Seed of Life, bursting forward into the Flower of Life and Fruit of Life and the 5 Platonic Solids. Everything has a geometrical basis for it's structure from the most tiny spark of the divine to the most complex expression.