The beautiful and hidden laws of nature
Starting with the Pythagorean theorem, mathematics and physics have revealed structures like Plato’s cube, the Fibonacci sequence and the Golden Ratio
There are sacred geometric patterns that represent the source of life and the universe in all its forms
A seed is inscribed with the memory code of growth
A seed sprouts, blossoms, bears fruit, and becomes another seed in nature’s great cycle
We’ve only deciphered a fraction of the entire evolutionary record that is written in human DNA
Sacred geometry can be found even in the smallest divisions of cells
There are sacred patterns hidden in the knot
The Invisible Quantum World
I believed only in what I could see of the material world
With the development of science, we can integrate with the unseen world
The world is as beautiful now as it has ever been
The world is perceived and recognized throughout the human body, and the range of observation continues to expand
That is why I continue to seek beauty in all its forms and connect it to my work Yasuhide Ono
We are pleased to present an exhibition of Yasuhide Ono’s “Sacred Geometry”. People have been expressing the hidden nature of numbers, shapes and sounds in the form of three-dimensional figures from ancient time. By manifesting the source of the world’s phenomena in geometric patterns, we have been able to harness the energy of the source of the universe. In this exhibition, Ono will present a series of jewelry based on sacred geometry as well as Cosmic Wonder’s Flower of life’s sashiko stitch weaving and embroidery works that evoke scenes from the natural world. Ono’s beautiful trinkets and works of art emanate from the universe, expanding our view into new vibrational realms.
November 28 − December 6, 2020
*The artist will be present on November 28.
5-18-10 Minami-aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
T. +81 (0)3 5774 6866
noon − 6pm
About four years ago, I planted Yusuraume (Nanking cherry) tree next to the Ryugu’s entranceway. A few days before planting the tree, Mr. Yasuhide Ono of Utsushiki gave me a very beautiful and clear Himalayan crystal. Some believe that if you plant a tree with granite underneath the roots and a crystal in the center of the roots, the tree will grow to look like a dragon’s lair. When planting this Yusuraume, I buried Mr. Ono’s crystal along with the granite. The Yusuraumehas become a lovely symbol of the Ryugu. The other day, I tried wrapping a beautifully embroidered arm cloth, made by Mr. Ono, gently around the trunk. It made me smile to see how well it looked. This tree must somehow be related to Mr. Ono.
November 1, 2020