Sacred Geometry Fuchsia

"The diamond shape itself serves as an inspiration. Also a parallelogram, or a square tipped on its side, when conceivably seen from an angle, it implies motion and a relationship to gravity, a strong, dynamic shape which could be spinning, dancing and balancing, or aligning vertically with the earth or as a spirit, sailing upward, as seen in stain-glass windows. In this case, three planes intersect and overlap, as consciousness grows with each transparent, or honest encounter, we have in life. No one point of view is dominant in life; all are enhanced by each other, and development is contingent on multiple perspectives. The beauty of these moments of enlightenment is what I hoped to convey in this image."
- Alicia Sterling Beach

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Prayers Riding the Thermals - ArtLifting
Artwork: Prayers Riding the Thermals by Cheryl Kinderknecht, Temple by Jeff Diener