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Jessica Curtis
Jessica Curtis

Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

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Medium

Ink & metallic acrylic on canvas

Description

Sea of Crystal
Ink & metallic acrylic on canvas
40cm x 120cm

The turtle in many cultures represents the Earth and the patterns of its shell the world grid (an interlocking pattern of geometries that when overlapped upon the earth highlights zones and lines of great significance and harmonic relationships). In the Hindu story of the churning of the Sea of Milk, Vishnu becomes the avatar of the turtle to support the primeval ocean/milk (Milky Way) as it churned by the devas and asuras to generate the Amrita which will guarantee them immortality. In Mayan cosmology the turtle represent the earth but also the constellation of Orion. It is said the Maize god burst from the turtle shell of Orion and became the World Tree which signifies the Milky Way. In ancient Chinese mythology the Milky Ways is called the Sea of Crystal. The icosahedron geometries are the platonic solid that represents water but is also the principle geometry in the modern day model of the UVG grid. They also represent the lightships of the visitors from the higher worlds.

#mixed media, #sacred geometry, #geometric, #turtle, #water, #calming, #feng-shui, #stars, #gold, #decorative
(CreativeWork) Santa Catarina – inspired by the petroglyphs of Coral Island, off of Island of Santa Caterina, Brazil by Jessica Curtis. mixed-media. Shop online at Bluethumb.(CreativeWork) Labyrinth of Creation – inspired by the petroglyphs of Laxe das Rodas region, Spain by Jessica Curtis. mixed-media. Shop online at Bluethumb.(CreativeWork) Chauvet Inscriptions – inspired by the painted rock art of Chauvet Caves, France by Jessica Curtis. mixed-media. Shop online at Bluethumb.(CreativeWork) Tracings of Light - Blue by Jessica Curtis. mixed-media. Shop online at Bluethumb.

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