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2016 Digital, Infused Dyes Sublimated on Aluminum with Float Back Framing,
High Gloss Finish & Initials Engraved on Front (48 x 48") at $5900.

 

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In this Multidimensional Fine Art series we explore the ancient esoteric wisdom of geomatria or "sacred geometry" which was orally passed on throughout the ages by Kabbalic priests. Geomatria can also be found throughout the paintings and drawings -- in an original, and truly remarkable, style -- of Leonardo da Vinci, considered one of the greatest artists in human history.

 

As a species, we are finally beginning to "remember" and understand the untapped power  that sacred geometrical shapes have on our subconscious mind -- effecting our emotional and physical state of well-being. In ancient times, the "Flower of Life," the "Merkaba," the "Platonic Solids," and other ancient geometrical shapes were ubiquitous, as they were believed to bring balance, harmony, and etheric healing  to those who gazed upon them and "synced" with their higher harmonic frequency.

Plato believed that he could describe the Universe using five simple shapes, and he made these solids central to a vision of the physical world, connecting the ideal to real, and metaphorically demonstrating that every microcosm is a mirror image of a much grander macrocosm. These shapes, called "the Platonic solids," did not originate with Plato, however. In fact, they go back thousands of years before Plato; you can find stone models of each of the Platonic solids in the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford dating to around 2000 BCE.

The tetrahedron has four triangular faces, the cube six square faces, the octahedron eight triangular faces, the dodecahedron twelve pentagonal faces, and the icosahedron twenty triangular faces. Plato proposed that four of these solids built the Four Elements: sharp-pointed tetrahedra give the sting of Fire, smooth-sliding octahedra give easily-parted Air, droplets icosahedra give Water, and lumpish, packable cubes give Earth. The dodecahedron, at last, is the shape of the Universe as a whole. Later Aristotle emended Plato’s system, suggesting that dodecahedra provide a fifth essence—the space-filling Ether

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Aluminum Sublimation
Sublimation onto metal is a new, cutting edge, way to reproduce an image, but has been used in the textile industry for decades. Sublimation itself is the process of going from a solid to a gas, back to a solid - skipping the liquid state.The image is first printed onto a transfer paper and then is adhered to pretreated aluminum (other substrates such as tile, wood, or glass are also available).The aluminum and transfer paper are placed into a custom heat press, which is heated to temperatures exceeding 380 degrees Fahrenheit. While being subjected to extreme heat and pressure, the dyes from the transfer paper turn into a gas, are pressed into the surface of the metal, and then solidify into the treated aluminum. As the dyes cool they are permanently infused beneath the surface of the metal substrate.

 

Aluminum Float Backing

Fastening Metal Prints to allow them ready to hang with the illusion of float of the wall. Minimal, contemporary look. The aluminum float back system has a lip which provides for easy wall installments.

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