"The Chambered Nautilus – A Journey Into Sacred Geometry" Photography by Rick Langer
Exhibit runs from Fri May 1st – June 7th at Tamarack Gallery
"The chambered Nautilus is a living fossil that has survived in earth's oceans for the last 500 million years. It existed before fish, dinosaurs, and mammals. Its shell is a logarithmic spiral, part of Nature's sacred geometry. Nature expresses herself with the same spiral geometry in microscopic organisms, the center of flowers, and enormous galaxies containing hundreds of billions of stars.
For me, life's journey resembles a spiral. I pass the same point over and over again, but each time from a different perspective. I grow and open to new experiences, and let go of the old. The person I am right now is not the person I was last month or last year.
Photography is part of my spiritual practice. I photograph to slow myself down and appreciate the natural world that is all around. My intention in taking these photographs is to express the deep gratitude I feel for the journey I have been given, and to share with you the energy of the Nautilus shell that I have experienced in different settings all over the world. I hope these photographs evoke an emotional response in you, as they do in me, every time I contemplate the deeper meaning of this sacred geometry." - Rick Langer
"The Chambered Nautilus – A Journey Into Sacred Geometry" Photography by Rick Langer at
Tamarack Gallery 849 E Washington. Exhibit openings: Fri May 1 & Fri May 8, 5PM – 9PM, closing talk 2-5 pm Sun June 7. Additional open gallery hours at Tamarack Gallery with Bos Meadery Tasting Room: Thursdays & Fridays 5PM – 9PM & Saturdays 2PM – 9PM.