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Framed Painted drawing and gold leaf

29cm x 38cm 


Meeting of the Emperors and the Essence of Nature Series.


Within the Sacred Geometry of Eve’s Grid various insects such this are suspended.  Jessica searches for connections between the growth of the organic line and the patterns of sacred geometry.  How we respond to geometry on a very cellular level and how we attach to that meaning. Jessica uses creatures to which have a symbolism that resonates.  She is interested in the way we as humans project onto the animal kingdom.


In the Essence of Nature pieces I suspend a Damselfly and Honey Bee with the hermetic vessel.

This is the main symbol of alchemy, since it was the vessel where the "Opus magnum" was produced. 

The gold leaf is a note to the Alchemists gold.


All these pieces are a prayer to the Natural world to survive and transform itself.


Known and recognised for her use of sacred geometry in her drawings and paintings of bees, butterflies, insects and wildlife Jessica Albarns’ multidisciplinary practice extends to film making, printmaking, whilst also exploring materials such as clay, wax and honey in the creation of her multilayered dioramas.

Devoted to raising awareness of the importance and plight of these important insects and creatures Jessica Albarn works with many conservation charities such as The Bumblebee conservation Trust.

This ethos has also led to the creation of an ‘insect friendly’ meadow in Devon to support Bees and the local wildlife whilst also being a space to explore ideas and gather research.

Essence of Nature - Honey Bee

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