This online course is a practical exploration in Geometry
and Sacred Art around the world exploring our relationship
with nature, the cosmos, human creativity and potential.
Together we will draw a selection of roses from around Australia
Gothic Revival Architecture, a style also referred to as Victorian Gothic,
neo-Gothic, or Gothick) which began in the late 1840s in England.
The movement gained momentum and expanded in the first half of the 19th century
and draws upon features of medieval examples, including decorative patterns,
finials, lancet windows, and hood moulds.
Classes are open to the novice and experienced Geometer
~ Materials needed ~
A Good Working Compass
rA3 and A2 paper preferably between 120gsm ~ 300gsm
Pencils 2H - 2B
Fine tip black pen
This course is offers five ~ 3.5 hour workshops
and one 6 hour workshop.
Each workshop focuses on carefully selected roses covering
2, 4, 5, 6, 12 and 16 divisions.
Roses are analysed and subtly adapted by Stephanie June Ellis
Rose Windows often symbolised how various parts of the whole can attain perfect unity, containing earthly and heavenly qualities and commonly share identical proportions to that of
Mars & Jupiters Mean Orbits.
Like a mandala ~ Rose Windows aid as a tool for meditation.While drawing, the Artist becomes the creator.It is encouraged that the artist contemplatesupon the forms and remain humble.
~ Rose Mandalas ~
Student Artwork ~ Amanda Cape Davies @celltracery