Sacred Geometry

When I was young, someone showed me a flower, and said, "look at this flower, and how it opens up in the most perfect way."

We then looked at other flowers, and they too had a geometric pattern that was uncanny to the others.

We then looked at other organic forms, faces, seeds, microscopic life, and it seemed to all have some sort of grand design that was imprinted onto it.

I came across the term "sacred geometry", and I was moved by that term, and this painting is an ode to the symbols that are pervasive in the organic world.