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Sacred Geometry & Ornamental Drawing Course

The Stables ~ Bellingen

Limited to 14 people ~ Please book ahead

10am - 7:30pm

Saturday 26th Sunday 27th 

November 2022

Experience geometry as a universal language and a meditative and contemplative practice. 
Throughout this 2 day course, students will explore geometry in Sacred & Traditional Art 

around the world using traditional tools, a compass and a straight edge 

whilst incorporating freehand biomorphic movements. 

No skills required
Please bring an A3 sketch pad
Limited capacity ~ please book ahead to save your spot

Full Course Investment * highly recommended ~ $360 save $30

~ Deposits can be made to save your spot ~

Saturday Day One ~ $190

Sunday Day Two ~ $190

Course tasters ~ $65 Single Workshops ~ 





Day One ~ Saturday

Contemplation, Meditation and Symbology. 

10am - 1:00pm

Mandala Meditation

Break 30 mins

1:30pm - 4:00pm

The Thousand Petaled Lotus ~ An Ancient Indian Symbol of divine enlightenment known as Sahasrara.

4:00PM - 5:00pm 
One Hour Break ~ students can also use this time to render their work.

5:00pm - 7:30pm

Tree Of Life Facade from the Mezquita Catedral de Cordoba. 

The Tree of Life is a recurring motif in many arts are the world. 
They contain deep symbolism, being embodiments of celestial and vital energies. The stylisations are many and specific to each craft. This Worksop will focus on the stucco carvings of The famous 8th century ~ Mesquita Catedral De Cordoba. 


Sunday ~ Day Two

Patterns & Rhythm in Nature and Architecture


10:00am - 1:00pm

Draw The Cyclone Vortices On Jupiter

This class is a practical and theory-based Introduction to Geometry and Sacred Art around the world exploring our relationship with nature, the cosmos, human creativity and potential.

30 Minute break

1:30pm - 4:00pm

A Roman Mosaic from La Olmeda, saturated in the province of Palencia near the banks of the Carrión.

4:00PM - 5:00pm 
One Hour Break ~ students can also use this time to render their patterns.

5:00pm - 7:30pm

Drawing Decorative Dynamic Iron Work 

Take a journey back in time looking at the design origins of decorative ironwork. Decorative Ironwork design was deeply rooted in classical and medieval allusions to mythology, legends, religion and botanical forms.
Students will experience Baroque, Rococo and The Art Nouveau Styles.


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