Are Your Interests Transforming – On a Path of Discovery with Sacred Geometry

Are Your Interests Transforming – On a Path of Discovery with Sacred Geometry

All there really is to do now, is to be in the present Moment.”  Drunvalo Melchizedek


A lot of people have been talking about how they are feeling a strong shift in their priorities and interests.  I’m surprised at how many are as fascinated about understanding our place in the Universe as I am.

Many are making big life changes.  I feel it in myself, too. I’m going through a huge shift with my art; and I’ve decided to let it take me where it wants to go.

For those who are new to my art, I’ve been a professional surf artist for over 25 years.  I have worked very hard to become known for my surf art paintings.

But in the past few years, the subject matter of my art has transformed.  My new art has changed to reflect my intense studies of Unified Field Theory and the idea that everything is a vibration and we are all connected.

It’s risky to make a huge change in my art after finally finding success in the surf world.

But this shift feels right to me.  And when I think about it, it’s been in me all along.

For my entire life I have been fascinated by nature.  As a surfer, I dream about  the sun, weather and water.

This curiosity in how energy flows from one to the other has led me to the study of vortexes, magnetism, and sacred geometry.

My newest art works are an effort tovisually articulate what I have learned through my studies, combining science, mathematics, and art.

And I feel driven to share it with others.

In future blog posts I want to share with you the inspiration and ideas behind my new sacred geometry art pieces and what I’m learning.   I hope these images resonate with you and inspire you to learn more as well.

Are you going through a transformation, too?  Please, leave a comment below and let me know.  I’d be interested to hear.

Life is Good – Drew

Drew Brophy
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  • Scott Elly
    Posted at 17:30h, 15 January

    Yes! I had an awakening about 12 years ago. I was a preacher and traveled around. I was also an artist and musician. About ten years ago I pretty much just locked myself into an old farmhouse we lived in and read everything I could get my hands on. A few years ago the wife and I stumbled upon Abraham Hicks and the law of attraction. Our lives had been transformed.

    Earlier this year I began having serious health problems. I went from 285 lbs to 206 in just a matter of two months. One of my spiritual gurus reminded me that there is a shift that is going on. I spent so much time developing my mind and spirit that I had horribly neglected the body….the old scripture you can’t put new wine in an old wine skin came to mind.

    A renewal of the mind has to be accompanied by a renewal of the body. I turned away from religion, judgement,and went inward and found peace, joy, and a love for knowledge of the self.

    There is a shift happening. A transformation. My wife and I are much happier people. Love knowledge and somehow my love of art and drawing has re-emerged with effervescence . In July while I was in the hospital I began collecting Posca paint pens and stumbled across your videos. My love of art gives me peace. I now try to paint something every week with the paint pens.

    I hope you do not mind but I love trying to paint your stuff, That is how I learn. I am very thankful for finding your work. I am at peace with my talents now and just have to redevelop them but man……the process is a much more fun one!

    THank you for what you do and I am very grateful for the influence you have given me to pick up art once again.

  • Frances G
    Posted at 22:25h, 14 January

    Never fear what is your inspiration – it’s all about the Universal love

  • Sheryl
    Posted at 22:12h, 14 January

    Thank you for such an amazing update! Your new work is very exciting and very on path, and true to your heart, I can feel it!

    I have felt my mural art shift to a new level in more of a technical sense this past year, perhaps because I have found clients happy to give me lots of free reign. Emotionally and spiritually I have been shifting as well, gathering a strength that allows me to verbalize better what I want and don’t want in life.
    I’m not sure if there is a tie between the two. I am hoping to find more studio time for my fine art and some mural opportunities in which I can express spirituality and some new found confidence.
    Good luck to you on your new path. I’ve been very fascinated with the blend of science and spiritual path in art and am really looking forward to your upcoming newsletters.

  • Rusty S.
    Posted at 21:47h, 14 January

    Hi Drew, I’ve noticed the change in your art and really like this new direction. Not just because it is an area I’ve always been very interested in, but it’s also very cool to see your journey unfold. That fascination with nature and how it all fits together has always been there in your work, it’s just taking center stage now.

    As a fellow artist I realize you have to find your own path and follow it, or you lose yourself. I was very close to losing myself before I left the restrictive corporate art world and now I finally feel like I’m transforming into my own. Still scary without the comfort of the full time paycheck, but much better for the soul.

    Keep up the great work and keep posting each new piece. It’s amazing to be able to watch your journey.

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Emily
    Posted at 22:27h, 10 January

    Drew! I absolutely love your artwork, both old and new. The unified theory totally rocked my world and turned it around when I started learning about it a few years ago. I started reading The Holographic Universe, The Sourcefield, Ra Material/Law of One, and followed people such as Nassim Haramein, David Wilcock, Terence McKenna, etc..

    WE ARE ALL CONNECTED! and this universe is a fascinating, beautiful place. As it resonates with me more and more each day, I can’t help but think how I was not meant to sit inside at a desk from 8-5 every week day producing mindless work. I am also a artist/designer, and I make a decent income at my current workplace so I am too afraid to take the leap financially and let go of this routine I’m currently stuck in.
    I am greatly inspired by your stories of rejection by major surf companies in the early days and now you sell your artwork so fast for enough cash to make a full living out of it. What kept you going? What inspired you to not give in and instead turn your passion into a reality? I need to make the jump! Any words of encouragement are greatly appreciated.

  • Daniel
    Posted at 21:48h, 01 January

    Drew, your art is inspiring and change is all part of the process as we move through life and hopefully continue to grow. If you made as a surf artist….you can make it anywhere.

    The surf industry is a hard one…everyone wants something for free…. everyone has a plan for you! I’ve dabbled in it…and found it draining… Shallow…”an industry of cool”…. And I hate it. I don’t paint the ocean…or anything to do with surfing…its the last place I want to be involved with in my free time.

    Nature is my inspiration. Anyway…I like your work…and love the paint pens! The paint pens have helped me to quickly put my idea down on canvas…or cardboard…lol…before its lost.

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