Symphony in Art and Geometry
Without art, our life as well as the natural phenomenon around us would be dull, drab and dreary; colorless, formless and meaningless. We would not understand lines and curves; natural orbs in their atomic and subatomic, orbital and galactic paths; crystals increasing and expanding, adding angles and planes in perfect obedience to an absolute geometry that even stones understood—the law of nature.
Creative Law of Nature
It is the law of nature that rules over geometry and chromatography, and infused a unique blend of art in the psyche of Saeed Sarwar Siddiqui, an artist born and raised in the South Asian subcontinent, rose to the peak of his career in the Middle East, and later on settled in Canada. His life exemplifies Van Gogh’s saying: “I experience a period of frightening clarity in those moments when nature is so beautiful. I am no longer sure of myself, and the paintings appear as in a dream.”
Having achieved a high position in art, Siddiqui now focuses on giving back to nature what he had obtained from it. He lives in a world of lines and curves, forms and shapes, colors and pigments—creatively shaping and rearranging them. He has dedicated his life and effort to producing marvelous art works of arts in multiple forms, for the benefit of everybody.