If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you know that I am fascinated by sacred geometry in nature.  In general, it is the thought that God designed nature in such a way that it follows geometric/mathematical principles.  My garden is a great source of inspiration on this level.  And there is no better example than the incredible sunflowers in bloom.

Can you see the amazing spirals in the middle of the flowers?  They are perfectly formed!  And the center blooms from outside to inside the circle as the bees plant themselves for a drunken feast.

As a weaver, I know many principles of sacred geometry and the fibonacci series are used in designing textiles and wall pieces.  Jennifer Moore is a good example of someone interested in the color, texture and form of nature. 

I just know that I’ve been much more observant of nature’s design since I’ve started weaving and my garden provides much inspiration.

I’ve been fascinated by the concept of sacred geometry, the golden proportion, and the Fibonacci series.  I don’t quite understand it, but would love to explore it further.  When I saw this movie on YouTube, I was blown away by the way this artist so creatively illustrated it.

I’m continually dumbfounded by the connection between math, nature, and creation. Life is too beautiful to have been a random set of events.