03 Oct PAINTING STORY: Platonic Solids and how Paintings are Like Children – You have to Let Them Go
For me, moving out the finished work makes room for the new.
I love when a painting finds a good home, like children you do not want to see them leave but you have to let them go out into the world and bring joy to others.
This painting, called PLATONIC SOLIDS, sold to a new collector who just happened to stop into my studio when she was passing by. She said “I felt it’s energy immediately when I walked into the room!”
Maria and I delivered it to Carole’s home and installed it for her. She was beaming with joy when we left her with her new art.
By letting go of these pieces and allowing them to live somewhere else, they are able to connect with more people and spread inspiration and joy.
The meaning behind PLATONIC SOLIDS painting:
This painting is one of a series of Sacred Geometry art that I worked on last spring; it all was heavily influenced by my passion for physics and how it relates to nature.
Years ago I began studying physics and Unified Field Theory. Later I became a student of Nassim Haramein’s Resonance Academy, and then was inspired to paint sacred geometry to help visually illustrate the physical concepts I was learning.
I’m still in an experimental phase of this; I’m trying to understand it all and make it easy for others to understand through the art.
It has been said that viewing sacred geometry art can raise your vibration and generate an inner peace. I have experienced that myself.
The Platonic Solids are five three-dimensional shapes with amazing properties of symmetry; they are the Tetrahedron, Cube, Octahedron, Dodecahedron, and Icosahedron. All matter structures itself in specific shapes; these are the building blocks of all-that-is.
You find these shapes everywhere throughout nature; simple, balanced and perfect.
This painting was first created to be used for a line of yoga mats. Now I’m making fine art prints of it, because it’s been hitting a cord with so many people.
Do you feel the energy of the painting, too? Reply in the comments and let me know.
Life is good – Drew
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