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Sacred Geometry of Nature

Journey on the Path of the Divine

A fully illustrated inspirational art book from visionary painter Francene Hart

• Includes more than 80 full-color reproductions of Hart’s intricate watercolor paintings and the stories behind them

• Recounts the evolution of her art and her discovery of the hidden order of Nature that led to her masterful artistic integrations of Nature, Spirit, and Sacred Geometry

• Explores how to tap into the energies provided by spirit guides and power animals, like Jaguar, Raven, Octopus, and Dolphin, and harness the intelligence of the heart for creative inspiration and vision

Every one of us possesses the potential to receive visionary experiences and integrate them into our lives. Artists become visionaries by cultivating their instinctive creative spark and sharing their profound visions with the world.

In this lavishly illustrated memoir, including more than 80 full-color reproductions of her intricate watercolor paintings and the stories behind them, Francene Hart recounts the evolution of her art from formative influences to her masterful integrations of Nature, Spirit, and Sacred Geometry. Opening with her early work on mandalas and her explorations of the work of Joseph Campbell and C. G. Jung, Hart explains how her first works of art were in response to the solitary life she led in the forest, where she discovered the hidden order of Nature. She reveals how she learned to center her artistic explorations on the intelligence of the heart rather than the intellect, utilizing the wisdom and imagery of Sacred Geometry, reverence for the natural environment, and the interconnectedness between all things as her inspirations. She describes the shamanic lessons that accompanied her discoveries and shaped her understanding of sacred relationships with the self, others, and Mother Earth. She explores how to tap into the energies provided by spirit guides and power animals, like Jaguar, Raven, Octopus, and Dolphin, and explains her profound affinity for the ocean, including her discovery of water consciousness in Hawaii. Offering chronicles of her inspiring travels and transformational encounters around the world, Hart shares her experiences at sacred sites in the Amazon, Central America, Egypt, England, Scotland, Paris, Cambodia, and the Himalayas and how these places influenced her art.

Exploring what is revealed as inspiration arises, Spirit informs, and vision is transformed into art, Francene Hart’s journey offers a window into the secret order of Nature, the power of sacred symbols for evolving consciousness, and a visionary artistic path that perfectly blends the mathematical rigors of sacred geometry and the numinous.

Francene Hart is a nationally recognized visionary artist who has been working with sacred shapes for more than 35 years. Her paintings have appeared in galleries across the country and are widely published on book and magazine covers. She conducts workshops on mandalas, creativity, and sacred geometry and is the author of several books, including Sacred Geometry Oracle Deck and Sacred Geometry Cards for the Visionary Path. She lives in Honaunau, Hawaii.

Visit the author's web site at http://www.francenehart.com/

“Francene Hart provides us with powerful and compelling images for personal divination. She has created very good medicine indeed.”

– Hank Wesselman, Ph.D., anthropologist and author

“Francene Hart sees and paints what is glorious about life. She puts one into a space of timeless wonder.”

– Sondra Ray, author of Rock Your World with the Divine Mother

“Francene Hart encourages you to look into your own life as well as the larger patterns of the universe in order to better understand your situation and connection to the world. Her majestic watercolors are spiritually inspiring”

– Feminist Review

“Francene Hart’s evocative imagery combines geometric symbolism with complementary, soothing art to provide a cosmic glimpse into the universal consciousness.”

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