Since I started to deal with algebra in the mid-70s, I have been fascinated by the mathematics that Mother Nature always makes vivid for us. Shortly after, Benoit Mandelbrot "enchanted" me with his fractals. When I think that in the early 80s with my Commodore Amiga 500 and later with the Model 2000 I had to wait a good 8 hours until the software had filled the screen with a Mandelbrot fractal ...
When I read the book "Nothing in This Book Is True, But It's Exactly How Things Are" by Bob Frissell, published in 1994, and became aware of the Flower of Life for the first time, I became more and more interested in "Sacred Geometry". It was through this book that I became aware of Drunvalo Melchizedek.
Inspired by the Sacred Geometry of the Flower of Life ... and, as in this specific case, by the Vesica Piscis, I designed this image around mid-2022.
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Technical data of this canvas print
Apart from the complementary color combination violet/yellow, I also offer this image in the color variants green, yellow and blue.