Bio - Cecil Whitt

"From honeycomb, to the scales of a fish, to the neural networks of our brains, all of life is composed of intricate patterns. The geometric patterns found in nature provide an integral window into the interconnected fabric of Creation. Sacred geometry unites science and spirituality, self and “other”, right brain (intuition) and left brain (rational thinking), inner and outer, macro and micro…"  -Artist, Krystleyez

In 1971 I began my visual journey as a black and white photographer. Around 1980 I became exposed to what is generally known as Modern Art while living in NYC. It was a case of love at first sight. Previous to that I had already read and studied symbology, primitive visual art, as well as depth psychology and comparative religion. In addition, I had already come from a strong math and science background. In spite of all of that I was clueless as how to actually communicate on that level. Nevertheless...I carried on...and still am to this day.

From there (since 1980) my photographic images became more and more abstract ultimately leaving anything recognizable from the external world at all. Over the years, that has been continued with different mediums and techniques...(although I still love landscape photography in the field.. which I still do).

This current incarnation is purely digital done with a computer, software and many plugins. The main themes are anything as fanciful as angelic glyphs and magic... to mathematical equations. The main aesthetic themes are patterns and sacred geometry, as well as resonance, color relationship and of course many other things, C.

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