Saturday 11:15am - Introduction to Sacred Geometry (new)

Regular price £75.00
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Time: 11.15am - 12:30pm on Saturdays (GMT)

Term Date: 21 January - 01 April

Half Term: 18 February

Presenter: Barbara Ryan

Do you love pattern and precision?

Would you welcome an opportunity to explore your creative side?

Does the idea of drawing geometry as a practice of attention and stillness appeal?

Sacred geometry ascribes sacred meanings to geometric shapes and proportions and refers to universal and harmonious patterns with which nature aligns and structures itself. Together we will aim to discover in practice what this might mean for each of us. Plato himself described geometry as, ‘the art of the ever true.’

Using a compass and a ruler we will begin to explore how these shapes and harmonious proportions all emerge from the most perfect of shapes – the circle (a symbol of unity). Working in an atmosphere of quiet attention we will ‘see’ first-hand how these beautiful shapes and harmonious relationships emerge. The final stage will be the addition of colour to these beautiful and universal designs.

No previous experience of geometry is required. All equipment and materials will be provided and the course is open to everyone.

This in person course will be offered in our London School location, at the following address: 11 Mandeville Place, London, W1U 3AJ. View map