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... Multiple layers of brights and subtles arranged in sacred geometric, pi-ratio proportions - digital art, yet often with very 3D surrealistic elements... Themes are based on the Chalice as an integration of the symbolic, ancient and modern, eclectic, and ecumenical unifying-thread-orientation.
The small thumbs (under the 'Artwork' and 'Galleries' tabs) often hide the very detail-rich notes of color and layering, so please click the thumbs if you would like to enjoy them in their larger sizes.
Chalice Art began with a 3+ dimensional form that I 'saw' (or visually conceived) back in the late Spring of 1985. In Spring of '86 I drew up the first full color, albeit 1D, version of the 'Temple Diamond Chalice', done in colored pencil and pen (below). When putting it's design to paper, I used designs drawn up in '85 with the pi-ratio proportions of sacred geometry. This first rendering (shown in the blog, 'Sacred Geometry, Proportion, Function') provided the basis for most of my chalice art. For those so interested, I elaborate on the various eclectic elements in the blog section here as well as at the ChaliceBridge.com web site.