Artist Statement

Flower of Life

The Flower of Life is a creation pattern of everything in existence. It consists of several circles that overlap and the centre of every circle sits on the circumference of the immediate circles of the same diameter. When two circles have been designed following this formula, the vesica piscis symbol is created and three circles create the holy trinity. In addition, when seven circles have been designed following the same formula, the seed of life is created. The seed of life represents the eight original cells which creates human life. The flower of life originated from Egypt in the second century. The fruit of life, metatron’s cube and the tree of life are all derived from the flower of life design when completed with all circles.



The Mandala is a Hindu and Buddhist symbol representing the universe. Mandalas may be used as a spiritual teaching tool; to focus attention and to assist meditation. Also, they indication a sacred space. The mandala can be made up of any shape or pattern and it can be as simple or complex as the artist wishes it to be. They symbol represents the self and the wholeness of the universe. Mandalas are usually designed by those who seek spiritual enlightenment or for those who wish to meditate by drawing them. The mandala originates from Java, Indonesia in the ninth century.


Metatron’s Cube

Metatron’s Cube is a geometric arrangement of the five platonic solids: tetrahedron, octahedron, hexahedron, icosahedron, and dodecahedron. The platonic solids are derived from the flower of life and are geometrical forms that model all organic structures in life. They are found in minerals and life forms as well as non-tangible things such as music, thoughts and language. Ancient alchemists and Pythagoras considered each shape to have elementary aspect to each shape: the cube is Earth, tetrahedron is fire, icosahedron is water, octahedron is air and dodecahedron is ether. Metatron’s cube is one of the most important informational systems in the universe and one of the basic creation patterns.


Vesica Piscis

The Vesica Piscis is a simple design made from the intersection of two circles whose centres exactly touch and is believed to represent the intersection of the two worlds; spiritual and the tangible world. This intersection symbolises mutual understanding and shared vision between two individuals as the human eye is a Vesica Piscis. This symbol is popular in Christian and Egyptian art. In most ancient art, the vesica piscis is known as a doorway or intersection between worlds. In addition, it is known as a mathematical container of other shapes including the square, triangle and polygon. “Vesica Piscis” translates as the vessel of the fish and originated from Greece in the sixth century BCE.



Fibonacci Series originated in Italy 1202, it has associations with the golden ratio of sacred geometry. The Fibonacci sequence is: 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55,89,144 made by sum of the two previous numbers for example, 0+1=1, 1+1=2, 2+1=3, 3+2=5. It came from an Italian mathematician’s medieval book which describes the merge of Hindu and Arabic numbers, his name was Leonardo of Pisa (his nickname Fibonacci). The sequence is found in biological settings and in natural forms including the family tree of honeybees, the spirals of shells, the fruitlets of a pineapple and the branching pattern in trees.


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