Sacred Geometry and Raw Pigments

This is a new direction for me.  My latest painting incorporate sacred geometry into a very organic and raw application of pigments.

Sacred geometry refers to the mathematics, patterns and relationships we find everywhere in nature and which we also find recreated in our places of worship, no matter what religion. It is associated with the belief that a god is the geometer of the world.

Sir James Jeans, the famous English physicist, put it succinctly when he said, “The Great Architect of the Universe appears to be a pure mathematician”. Therefore, the world is a veritable machine evolving as it should. Everything and everyone is part of it and has a role to play, a purpose.  Our goal in life is to find our purpose and execute on it.



Author: Melissa

Melissa Del Pinto is a fine-art artist from Montreal, Canada. She has exhibited in Montreal, Miami, Naples and San Francisco. She is best known for her dramatic, large-scale paintings and murals of photorealistic birds. Her works also include contemporary landscapes, portraits and meticulously sculpted frames, which lend to the more whimsical side of her creativity.