In a garden…

Using the elements of Dynamic Symmetry, the irrational number 1.618 or Phi (The Golden Mean) for the construction of a composition.

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The Tower

Added to my on going Imaginations projects.

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A ray of light

The Train

A parable of stagnant, dead systems and the inevitable

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The Passage

Passage: The action or process of moving through or past somewhere on the way from one place or state to another

Harbour!

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The Window

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The Room

Added to my on going Imaginations projects

 

The Self closeup

I have recently discovered the power of Dynamic Symmetry, its origin, its stipulations and history.

One quote from the person who put the principles together, Jay Hambridge, is worth mentioning: “As moral law without intellectual direction fails, ends in intolerance, so instinctive art without mental control is bound to fail, to end in incoherence. In Art the control of reason means the rule of design.” (Hambridge, Jay. The Elements of Dynamic Symmetry. Dover Publications, Inc., New York. 1967).
I urge all of you to incorporate dynamic symmetry into your static compositions.
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The Fall

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