The sacred geometry, the symbolism and the synchronicity are all there for those who can see it.
Inspired by this plate which my mum had made to celebrate my birth, I was fascinated that you could include information in artwork. So when I realized I could draw I decided to evolve the idea a little and create some personalized artwork.
These particular Encirclopedias deal with your place in this Universe and the cycles within it when you emerged here. The information shown could be literal, symbolic or even coded within the picture. I don’t necessarily want the information to be too obvious but to someone in the know (you) it will speak volumes. The above Encirclopedia includes:
Time of Birth
Place of Birth
Planet of Origin.
Place in the Yuga Cycle
Among other symbolic information.
Every time I’m commissioned to do one, the design evolves a little. There are 2 versions. A 200mm on A3 paper and a 300mm on A2 paper.
It’s entirely up-to you how much or little information you would like presented. Including hidden messages. It’s no problem if for example you don’t know your weight at birth or time. As I draw each one from a blank piece of paper I can be flexible concerning what info goes into the picture.
Each design is unique although you have a good idea of what it will look like from my previous encirclopedia. A 200mm X 200mm Encirclopedia can be completed and dispatched within a week. (A 300mm X 300mm about 2 weeks).
This is the latest 300MM Encirclopedia finished this week. (June 2017).
These are some of the artworks I have produced so far from ‘The Golden Ratio Colouring Book’. When I was producing the images for the book (seems like a long time ago now) it was so hard not to start shading them in, so now I get to make some of my favourites shine!
“The study of geometry is a meditation on the harmony of the cosmic order, and it is a meditation upon music. If you meditate upon geometry instead of just learning it in a linear way, you can actually hear the music of the spheres, because the geometric forms will key the eye and the ear to the inner sound. Every line that you draw,…you have the carryover from the spiritual octaves to the physical …. So geometry, and mathematics and calculus, make the transition from the concrete to the non-concrete. It is one of the highest studies that anyone can pursue.” ..Elizabeth Clare Prophet
I hope you like my efforts so far. 6 down about 74 to go! I share my work online in the hope you like it enough to share with others. Please do! It really does make all the difference. You can also show some support by visiting my etsy shop which is stocked with originals and great quality prints of my artwork. Any money I make from that usually always goes on buying new art supplies so I can keep creating. So thankyou to everyone who has shown some support this year, I’m not sure I would of got through this year without it! Have a great 2017! 🙂 ❤
🙂 Recently finished this commission (for Gabrielle). Measuring 360mm X 240mm on A3 paper. Completed from July to August, this is what 100 hours of drawing space looks like!
🙂 Coming soon! This is what I’ve been quietly working on this year. So many people have asked me to do a colouring book for years and so this is for you! Although it’s not available until 17th November you can certainly pre-order a copy. Thankyou to everyone at Michael O’Mara books for their support. ❤
A sneeky peek inside…
This picture goes into the “Zep Tepi” series. An Ancient/futuristic megalithic highrise. Completed on July 1st 2016, drawn on 250 gsm extra smooth Bristol board. 🙂 ❤
🙂 Finished this today. Measuring 256mm X 185mm on A4 (250gsm), extra smooth, Bristol board. ❤ It started off as a platonic totem pole but I couldn’t leave it alone. So then it started feeling like I was drawing some exotic spaceship. And now the creative process is complete it looks like a pharaonic, platonic, Chewbacca. 😃
Finished this today. 🙂 Measuring 382mm X 260mm on A3 paper, (200gsm). Called “Visions of Zep Tepi” it Looks forward and backward in time to a golden age. ❤ Available.
New artwork finished a few days ago. I think it’s taken over a week to do. I just wondered what it would look like. And now I know! I think of these pictures as creative exercises, I love the chance to have to create something different, new space, every time and see ideas evolve. Hopefully they turn into nice pieces of art. Measuring 230mm X 230mm on A3, 200gsm paper.
If you like my work please pass it on. 🙂 ❤