Materials used: 1. A straight edge. 2. A pair of compasses. 3. Three coloured metallic ink pens: gold, silver, copper
Other information: The drawing is a geometric construction of the “vesical piscis” or “mandorla”, picked out in copper ink. It is a universal symbol of the divine feminine. It is linked to theories surrounding the golden section, and is found in the mathematics, architecture and iconography of various global cultures through thousands of years, from before Pythagoras to the present day.