# Sacred Geometry Blog

#### Sacred Geometry – Inverted world Trinity

18th December

Inverted world. Print is available here

Gold trinity with 3 equilaterial triangles

#### Sacred geometry – Tetrahedron

29th June

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Moving away from equilateral triangles to the next most logical sacred geometric form the tetrahedron.

#### Sacred Geometry – Trinity 09

19th March

This trinity has a tighter knot to it – seems to be more balanced.

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#### Sacred Geometry – Trinity 08

15th March

Another Trinity – this time interlocking two designs together. It’s interesting that I should start with an equilateral triangle as my first sacred geometry work with angles of 60 degrees now have naturally progressed to a trinity which deals with 120 degrees

#### Sacred Geometry – Trinity 07 Triskele Symbol

14th March

Another version of the trinity – the Triskele Symbol

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#### Sacred Geometry – Trinity 06

12th March

Interwoven circle trinity. This is another way the trinity is depicted

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#### Sacred Geometry – Trinity 05

10th March

Exploring more complex sacred geometry now. This image seems to be associated most with the trinity it is widely used in religious art.

I’m amazed at how much in contained within this icon…the vesica piscis, the 3 fold celtic knot and equilateral triangle.

#### Sacred Geometry – Trinity 03

4th March

Another trinity – this took a while to create as you have to do each part in steps removing the negative shape from the positive.

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#### Sacred Geometry – Trinity 04

2nd March

Exploring the Trinity some more. It’s interesting when you are building this geometry to see other sacred geometry formed within the shapes. There is the flower of life within this geometry and also triangles.

#### Sacred Geometry – Equilateral Triangle art 09 Fractal

29th January

Exploring the fractal nature of sacred geometry.

#### Sacred Geometry – Equilateral Triangle art 08

15th January

This work is exploring the trinity and the nature of 3 a very significant number in a lot of religious practice.

I was starting to see the above shape appearing in a lot of geometry that I was looking at in research. It is like an equilateral triangle but it has the edges bent in. I thought this might just be people getting creative but it turns out that the shape is made by putting three triangles on the points of an triangle. I have seen this shape used a lot in the star of David.

#### Sacred geometry – Valknut 02

10th January

Really like this geometry. There are other versions of the valknut but they don’t interlink in the same way that this one does. This way of interlocking the triangles is so much more harmonic.

#### Sacred geometry – Valknut

7th January

Valknut as a trefoil knot – made of three interlocking triangles

#### Sacred Geometry – Equilateral Triangle art 07

29th December

Another work using the equilateral triangle again the negative space shows the fractal nature of the shape.

#### Sacred Geometry – Equilateral Triangle art 06

29th December

Was looking up simple geometry for the equilateral triangle and came across it enclosed in circles. This has got to be a personal favourite of mine, so much balance in one simple design.

I can actually see how I could build a lot of shapes from this one design. The way the angles intersect and the negative space in this geometry could be used as a positive shape to create something totally new.

This design also encapsulates one of the principals of sacred geometry that I really love as a designer. That is that you must balance you straight edges to curved and also positive and negative shapes

#### Sacred Geometry – Equilateral Triangle art 02

28th December

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Getting more into the art side of things with this one. I am using the same geometry from my other works but exploring variations on the original form by placing it in different ways. It becomes clear how fractal a lot of sacred geometry is when you are exploring repetition in the work each angle seems to lock together and shapes tend to reduce easily.

I have had the idea of using green for a long time now, I want to try to put all my geometry into natural environments and explore how it can sit and still look like it is apart of the space.

#### Sacred Geometry – Equilateral Triangle art

25th December

This is the first art work that I have produced using my simple equilateral triganlge for my sacred geometry works. It is actually easy to get carried away with complexity in these artworks as the simple geometric forms seem lacking when you put them in space. I believe the key to this type of work will not be complexity but in maintaining the original aspect to the geometry, that is keeping the angles that make the original form.

#### Sacred Geometry – Equilateral Triangle stone

16th December

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I really like the simplicity of the geometry against the complex patterns of nature. The geometry is completely man made with straight edges that don’t appear anywhere in nature and yet nature uses these shapes/principals to design with.

#### Sacred Geometry – Equilateral Triangle

15th December

Again I love the simplicity of this work against the pure blue sky and the complexity of the grass. In researching the equilateral triangle i was really interested in the construction technique using a compass and a straight edge. I will certainly use this technique to construct an animated sacred geometry work in the future.

#### Star of David 02

5th December

Seond work using the star of david. Saw this rock and thought it was perfect to put some geometry on. I like the idea of using sacred geometry in a real environment – it seems to fit in very naturally.

#### Star of David 01

5th December

I have been messing around with trying to get this right for ages and it is about time that I put it online. This is the first of my sacred geometry works that I will be producing for Harmonic Geometry.com . I think it is fitting that I start with the Star of David shape as it seems to be the one that I am seeing everywhere and one that has a lot of meaning and historic significance both religious and in sacred geometry.

The shape is made from two intersecting equilateral triangles in 2d and extended out in 3d to produce to interlocking pyramids.