INTERVIEW: Sacred Geometry I with Ka (VIDEO)

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Join us as we launch our first course in the Visionary Arts Academy! Watch our INTERVIEW with Ka Amorastreya, faculty member and cofounder of the Academy and the Visionary Arts Foundation.

“Geometry is the universal language of creation. All things are embodied through geometric expressions, from molecular and cellular levels, to the planetary and galactic. These forms are the fundamental building blocks of nature, and can be found everywhere. All of creation is geometrically structured. These patterns shape the world around us.

“Sacred geometry is a process in which one can replicate the very constructs of our natural world, and the shapes representative of the numerical system, using only a compass and a straight edge. Since nature expresses itself in geometric patterns, applying this knowledge to art helps create symmetry and visually appealing compositions in works of art. This tool has been commonly used by master artists and architects throughout ages to compose their great and beautiful masterpieces.”

– Excerpt from the Course by Ka Amorastreya