Geo #05

R6,800.00R9,800.00

Artist: Laresa Perlman

Medium: Digitally transformed
Limited Edition: 24

EditionsSize in cmMedAvailable onShipping
1250 x 50Digital / photographyArchival print/Canvastube
490 x 90Digital / photographyPerspexcrate
8100 x 100Digital / photographyArchival print/Canvastube

Choose option below to get pricing

This art work was produced, using a combination of an original unique edition work on paper and combining digital elements to deliver a new limited edition work

Most of my creations are inspired by the geometry and symbolism found in nature. The intention behind my art is to connect people with nature through geometry, patterns and color, thus enabling them soothingly to reconnect with themselves on a deeper level.”

Geometry – Earth Measurement

(from Greek: γεωμετρία; geo- “earth”, -metron “measurement”)

Sacred geometric patterns exist all around us, and geometry is considered an ancient science, which explores and explains the energy patterns that create and unify all things and reveals the precise way that the energy of creation organizes itself. It is said that every natural pattern of growth or movement comes back to one or more geometric shapes.

All of life is composed of these intricate geometric patterns. The molecules of our DNA, the cornea of our eye, snowflakes, flower petals, crystals, a shell, the stars, the galaxy we spiral within, the air we breathe, and all life forms are created out of geometric codes. They all have unique designs with a beauty of form, pattern and color, just like the natural networks of our brains, the structure of our cells, the geometric patterns found in nature provide an integral window into the interconnected fabric of creation.

Common geometric shapes:

Triangle:

Triangle symbolizes balance, harmony, completion. Rising upwards, it elevates us to Higher Consciousness.

Circle:

Wholeness, oneness, never-ending circle/cycles of life, the eternal constant, cycles of change, unity, perfection, inclusive, boundaries. Circles, have no corner, edge, or ending to mark where one line ends and another one begins. Circles hold and contain energy, so that cycles of growth can exist within them.

Square:

Foundations, solidity, grounding, practical, ‘earthly’, stability, dependability, safety. The base of a pyramid (which creates the balance/stability).

Spiral:

The Fibonacci and Golden mean ratio (all shapes come back to this mathematical formula). ‘As above, so below’, connects heaven and earth. The spiral ‘spirals’ up to connect the physical self to the Higher Self, and all levels of our being (inter-dimensionally) and into the core of the Earth. Galaxies are in spirals of energy. Energy moves in spirals. The spiral is also the kundalini, which is symbolic of raising one’s consciousness on the path of the evolution of the soul. The spiral is connected to the flow of energy through the chakras as they spin in a circle. The spiral is the spiral shape as a double helix in the DNA of each cell.

Lines:

The intersection of the 2 lines is where ‘heaven and earth’ meet, and the result of their union is mankind (symbolized by the cross).

Flower of life contains the seed of life

The Flower of Life is a physical representation of the connection with all living things in the universe. It is considered a sacred symbol universally and said to also contain within it the ‘blueprint of creation’, the ‘building blocks’ of the universe – which we call the “Platonic Solids”. These are templates through which the foundation of life can be expressed. The Greek Mystery Schools 2,500 years ago taught that there were five perfect 3D forms – the tetrahedron, hexahedron, octahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron. These Platonic Solids are considered the foundation of everything in the physical world, revealing the unity in all things. However, if you break these Platonic Solids down to their simplest forms, they form the triangle, square, circle, spiral, and straight line. These are the basic ‘sacred geometric shapes

Pyramid (Spiral, triangle and square)

The Pyramid contains the spiral, the golden mean ratio, the triangle and square. The pyramid contains the number of divinity, 3 (the 3 sides to each triangle) plus the number of mankind, 4 (4 sides of the square). It represents the relationships between Source & humanity. The Pyramid of Giza in Egypt was built to create the energy that facilitated connection with the spiritual realms. The top or apex of the pyramid represents the highest point of spiritual attainment, the body of the structure is the ‘journey’ or ascent to enlightenment, spiraling upwards. The pyramids were used for initiations, and in transporting to ‘other realms.’ They were used by the initiates to go through a kind of death and become ‘transformed’ or ‘reborn’.

Star of David, or Merkabah in its 2d form:

The upward triangle is masculine, the downward triangle is feminine, the two merging in perfect harmony.

Merkabah (interlocking triangles) All sacred symbols make up the Merkabah

 

Available Sizes

50 cm x 50 cm, 90 cm x 90 cm, 100 cm x 100 cm

Available On

Archival print, canvas, Perspex