Geometry has been used in the art of many different people for centuries. In the middle ages, the Celts used it to symbolise the balance between man, spirit, creator and creation and the mutually dependent relationship between human and nature. At the same time in Islamic Art, it was also used to depict the perceived unending, perfect order of Allah's universe. Both civilisations used geometric art to make sense of the often chaotic and dangerous world they found themselves in.
This series explores the similarities between Celtic and Islamic art though Acrylic Paintings, Digital Paintings and 3D Printed Sculpture.