Dana Hanegraaf is a Chicago based contemporary artist that recently received her BFA degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Sacred Geometry, a series of works on paper, is the recreation of an outdoor sculpture garden labyrinth at Sacred Heart Monastery in Lisle, IL.
As a definition, “A labyrinth is an ancient symbol that relates to wholeness and the idea of sacred geometry. Sacred geometry involves the use of patterns or a complex system of religious symbols often seen in sacred architecture and religious art.”
Hanegraaf states that, “By recreating and inventing the space, I hope to further my understanding of spirituality and one’s desire to co-exist with nature as it relates to space, time and form.”
You can view more of her work on her website: danahanegraaf.com