Sacred Geometry Drawing Course
Experience geometry as a universal language and a meditative and contemplative practice. Throughout this weekend course, students will explore recurring patterns in nature
through geometry in Sacred & Traditional Art around the world
using traditional tools, a compass and a straight edge.
~ Currumbin, Gecko Environment Hall ~
Part One ~ Weekend 20 21 January
Part Two ~ Weekend 24 25 February
Day One Sat 20th Jan
Intro To Sacred Geometry
The Platonic Solids
The Spiral ~ Myth and The Natural World
The Lute Of Pythagoras (Fractals)
It is recommended (but not required) that all beginner students complete
the introduction workshop before moving onto day two.
Day Two ~ Sun 21st Jan
Patterns In Architecture
Labyrinth Mosaic Of Pathos
Ceiling Of Humayun Tomb Complex, Delhi
Day Three ~ Sat 24th Feb
The Spiral ~ Myth and The Natural Word
The Triskelion, Mushroom Vortex and Polygon Spirals
Day Four ~ Sun 25th Feb
Golden Spirals In The Plant World
Phyllotactic Spirals, exploring Succulents and The Proteaceae family
of flowering plants found in the Southern Hemisphere.
We will specifically focus on the Fibonacci numbers 13 and 21
found wiring within the Banksia and Protea flower.