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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 trad
itional tools, a compass and a straight edge.

~ Sydney, Addi Road Gallery ~ Marrickville

 Weekend 9 10 March 2024

~ Students are welcome to take the full course, weekend or day workshops ~

~ Investment ~ 

Weekend Passes ~ $260 save $20

Day Passes ~ $140

Includes the use of specialist materials and equipment 
A selection of online tutorials for home practice
Please bring along an A3 sketch pad

If you have your own good working compass ~ please bring this along


Day Three ~ Saturday 9th March

Patterns In Architecture

Labyrinth Mosaic Of Pathos

Ceiling Of  Humayun Tomb Complex, Delhi

Morning Class ~ 10am ~ 1pm

Drawing the Labyrinth Mosaic Of Pathos also know as The Theseaus Labyrinth 

Students will take a trip to the Eastern Mediterranean Sea, 

on the island of Cyprus to admire and draw upon 

Mosaics at The House of Theseus, Kato Pathos.

Afternoon Class 2pm ~ 4:30pm

Ornate Ceilings Of The Humayun Tomb Complex, Delhi

~ A Journey Around The Age of Discovery ~

This class focuses on how drawing repetitive shapes can be used as a meditative and contemplative tool. We will focus on patience, 

breathe and awareness through the drawing process.
The pattern will be inspired by elements of Ornate Ceilings

found in The 16th Century Human Tomb Complex in Delhi, India. 



Day Four ~ Sunday 10th March

The Spiral ~ Myth and The Natural Word

The Triskelion, Mushroom Vortex and Polygon Spirals

Morning Class 10am ~ 1pm


​The Triskelion


It is believed the Celtic Triskele has been circling since Neolithic times, which is roughly 3,200 years BC ~ The meaning is so heavily debated. Whilst drawing, together we will discuss this Ancient Spiral which is believed to represent the three worlds.

The present, The Spirit and The Celestial. 

Afternoon Class 2pm ~ 4:30pm


The Mushroom Vortex


Mushrooms are made up of fluid ~ like Aether. 

They grow in the Aether and are made of Aether. 

The principles of opposites resisting & resolving into spirals

is most easily understood as the mushroom vortex, or vortex rings. 

You can see them in many leaf forms, Bivalve Shells, 

Capitals In Architecture, Sand Dunes and Cloud Burts. 


Polygon Spirals


An introduction to polygon spirals which will commence the following day. 

We will draw and understand the polygon spiral 

using the diminishing octagon method.​





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