Ideas & Inspirations No7 ~ Spirals

this will be my last post of the Ideas & Inspiration Series & therefore appropriate that I say something about the spiral – the symbol I have used, over & over again, in all of my work. Some time ago, someone commented about this but, all I could say at the time was that, ‘I just simply like it’… nevertheless, it starting me thinking… Why do I use it so often? And, what does it mean?

Since spirals are found everywhere in nature, I think it’s only natural that artists will be influenced by them no matter what walk of life we are from. I believe the spiral is intrinsic & embedded in everything we know & understand about ourselves, our world, the universe… be it: organic, mineral or abstract… perhaps this is the reason why it’s been so revered & used as a sacred symbol by humans since time began.

Spirals are simply beautiful to behold: centered, balanced & harmonious, yet, at the same time complex, wondrous & awe-inspiring. For me, personally, they represents life’s forces: since everything in life goes round & round in circles, to my mind, because we are always learning & experiencing, therefore adding to the progressive directions of our lives, these circles will never quite meet.

So… I guess in a nutshell, the Spiral illustrated my personal expanding journey for awareness… I just haven’t been conscious of it most of the time… but having that said… in the end….  I still just simply like them…

For those of you who are interested & would like to learn more about the spiral just google it… that should keep you busy for a few hours or so…

This is a new little piece that illustrates what I mean &  available in my Etsy shop

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About rensfibreart

Australian Freeform Fibre Artist, Craft teacher & Author
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3 Responses to Ideas & Inspirations No7 ~ Spirals

  1. cloudycrochet says:

    Reblogged this on cloudy with a chance of crochet and commented:
    I love the colours and shapes in this bag. I really want one !!

  2. Pingback: Crochet Scallops & Spirals Ebook. | Renate Kirkpatrick's Freeform Crochet~Knit~Fibre Designs

  3. Jessica says:

    Love, Love, LOVE this bag!!! I crochet, but nothing so wonderful as this, how did you do it?!?!

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