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Christopher Pringer - Artist

About Christopher Pringer

Learn more about Christopher Pringer from Seattle, WA - United States.

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Most of these are composed of multiple layers of brights and subtles. They are designed with the pi-ratio proportions of sacred geometry and visually enhanced with 3D surrealism. Themes are based on the Chalice - as a symbol of personal and spiritual transformation, not necessarily religious, but more along the lines of a spiritual or ecumenical unifying-thread-orientation. On the other hand, might there be a bridge between chakra's, vortices, wormholes, travel to other dimensions (inner as well as outer)?

I do my work from a very close-up perspective far beyond what the average browser presents, particularly with the multi-layering.

Chalice Art began with a 3+ dimensional form that I 'saw' (or visually conceived, or both) 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 (a digital re-rendering is included in the gallery). 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.

Related blogs here:
''Light Play':
Are they layers of light or layers of solidity? '


If you would like the deeper background with a bit of technical reference about...: 'Sacred Geometry, Proportion, Function'

What's New?
I will post updates, for new art at my website AND at FAA, including for sales at FAA, at the 'Updates page' at Chalice Bridge .Com [n.Spring'14]

Note if considering a print:
The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of *light-based art* on dark/black backgrounds.

For those interested in Chalice-related topics:
Many other elements surrounding the 'bridging chalice' are elaborated on at the Chalice Art page web site. More summarized versions are included in the blogs here.

Thank you!
-Christopher

Christopher Pringer joined Fine Art America on July 31st, 2012.