Here is a very little tiny history of my journey! In my teenage years I contemplated a career in marine biology, and so I went to the University of Moncton, NB, Canada (I made really nice illustrations in my notes). Soon after two years of biology I felt that something more fitting to my personality was meant to be. Something more creative, perhaps in arts. So I entered the Fine Arts program at the University of Ottawa. A few years later (I left the program early), I started working as a clerk at an art shop. There I was introduced to many tools artists use. Graphic Arts got my attention and that became part of my new journey. Things were changing…indeed
When I lived in Ottawa, I operated a successful Graphic Arts business for ten years. Following that I worked at various design positions for the Corporate and Government sector. Eventually I moved to Vancouver, BC. When computers and internet became mainstream (yes, I was there at the beginning) affecting the publishing industry and global communications, I soon realized this to be a new exciting arena to explore. I geared my graphic arts and publishing skills to website development and went on to manage a successful web design business. I eventually closed my business and found new employment, but parallel to my everyday work I felt my heart had more to show me… so I started my own illustrations. A new path was set. ‘Lightlogos Creations’ is dedicated to Sacred Art and Geometry.
Sacred Geometry and How it came to be my Passion
I have always loved both art and science ever since I was a little girl, and I still do. Yes, I did have two successful business under my belt, but I also experienced a “burnout”. I took some time off and It was during those days that I asked myself “what is it that I like to draw? or paint? And this time I was to be the client. What was in me that I liked so much? The answer was shapes, forms, and symbols. Then I followed with this next thought: “What does Gratitude, Victory or Collaboration look like in shapes and forms?” There you have it! That was the beginning of this amazing journey in geometry.. :o)