Artist and writer,
Lynnclaire Dennis, is blessed with the rare ability to see sound.
gift is powerfully evident in much of her art, which she describes as
''Essence Illumined''. Lynnclaire's unique style naturally encapsulates many of
the cymatic forms that the CymaScope team are fortunate to see every day in
"Following two Near Death Experiences in 1987, when a neurologist tried to get
me to put a 2D puzzle of stars and shapes together, I refused, saying ''It's
not the way it works.'' When he asked what I meant, I said, ''Listen. Can't you
hear them? It's not how they fit together.''
As inexplicable as it seems, the cerebral trauma induced by two severe hypoxic
(lack of oxygen) experiences awakened some kind of unusual cognitive ability;
the ability to hear and accurately draw the angles that create what I call
'The Music', the music of sound, light, time and matter; it's what matter is;
how matter moves; and it's love.
Four years after the accident, and a third NDE, the geometric angles I
was seeing in sounds led to 'angels' in spheres and catalysed a 26-year
career in mathematics and physics. Painting the inexplicable has kept
my inner world vibrant through many healing experiences.
I call my art 'Essence Illumined', each piece having a spherical nature that
one friend likened to the ultimate in Christmas ornaments. When I compare my
work with what is being revealed through the CymaScope, each is an expression
of understanding that ignites with a sound that comes from a person or an
experience. It is a means of releasing my mind and heart from the illusion of
straight lines and the 'straight and narrow'; to artistically help myself and
others by making the invisible visible in the elegant but exasperatingly fast
flow of life. Each represents a state of self-granted grace; a moment to
honour the heart's desire .
Seldom if ever does a preconceived idea last more than a few hours; most are
whited out to the dismay of many who watch, unaware of my process. A single
aspect habitually finds its way into my play: the Golden ratio. Even this is
simply a matter of waiting and watching for how it appears. Simply put; my art
is like my work; 'high play', an opportunity to create unity through
You can see more of Lynnclaire's wonderful art work on her web site:
Oliver Halsman Rosenberg, has been exploring a new style of art he has named 'Spherism',
based on the spherical nature of sound and electromagnetic energy. His novel
style also echo's cymatic forms, which naturally pleases the team at
Oliver takes up
the story of how Spherism evolved..
circle was the first image I drew, and have continued to draw my whole life,
because my name Oliver begins with that shape. Sound, vibration, and form
began to play a major role in my art in 2001, after a friend showed me a
demonstration of Cymatics. I was also studying sacred geometry at the time,
and an explosion of inspiration came when I linked these scientific concepts
with my understanding of the vibratory nature of reality according to Eastern
philosophy. Art has the ability to communicate dry scientific discoveries to
the masses through a process of transmutation. 100 years ago Picasso and
Braque predicted the digital age with ''Cubism'', which showed how the world
could be observed from many angles simultaneously. I came up with my own
visual vocabulary which I playfully call ''Spherism''.Â I hope to be one of
many voices bringing liberating information to the public about the
fundamental nature of the energy which makes up our reality, and reveal new
possibilities of relating to the world around/with-in you.
I have taken inspiration from Western science and mathematics (like Marko
Rodin's Torus breakthroughs and Grigori Perelman's resolution of the Poincar
conjecture), as well as the canons of Eastern esoteric wisdom (the study of
Indian Mantras, Yantra and Tantra, as well as Buddhism conception of the
void). The period of time we are experiencing now is full of great
opportunities for enlightenment. Most of the sacred texts are revealed and
available if you look for them, and scientists are discovering through
developments like the CymaScope and the Large Haldon Collider that it is
space, vibration, and energy that make up our reality. In my art I not only
use ancient symbols as vessels for the understanding about the vibratory
nature of the Universe, but I also transform mundane imagery like cereal
boxes, or covers of magazines into abstract formations which imply that
vibrations and spheres make up our life at the highest and lowest levels. I
also use Tibetan Singing bowls to work directly with vibrations, and as
technology develops I hope to do more interactive art projects that allow
people to engage with Spherism not just as an image, but also as an
The CymaScope is a technology full of amazing possibilities to demonstrate the
reality of vibrations and how they affect us in so many ways on a day-to-day
basis. It is my hope that once people realize the inter-connected nature of
all of reality through vibrations, they will have a shift in consciousness and
begin to understand how they are not separate from anything they perceive, and
how what they perceive is directly influenced from the vibrations they send
out from their heart. May science help to liberate all beings from suffering.
Artist chooses CymaScope to help crystalize a
dream from teenage years
In 2006 the celebrated American artist, Ray Pierotti, attended the first
international conference based on the sound healing modality, Cymatherapy. One
of the guest speakers, John Stuart Reid, demonstrated the Cymascope, an
instrument he developed with gifted American design engineer, Erik Larson.
Reid's talk and demonstration inspired Mr Pierotti to manifest a concept he
first dreamed about as a teenager in the Wasatch Mountains, the creation of
art that is able to capture and connect the ephemeral world of sight, shape,
Ray Pierotti takes up the story:
"The demonstration of the CymaScope in Atlanta, in 2006, was something of a
revelation to me: John Stuart Reid was able to show slices of sound suspended
in a water medium. For the first time I was able to 'see' sound and understand
its spherical nature. For me this crystalized a principle I had first dreamt
about in my teenage years in the Wasatch Mountains: the visual connection
between sound, chakras, color, states of mind, body organs, numbers, shapes,
astronomy, and astrology. All enjoyed visual attributes. All were vibrating
The CymaScope demonstration gave me the final element needed to create my 'Gateway
tO the Divine' series, based on the number 7. I call the seven
paintings of the series--along with music composed by me "pictumsonus," from 'sonus,'
meaning 'of sound' & 'pictum,' meaning 'to paint.'
The subject matter of the work concerns the seven different ways in which
people seek to find their divine nature through universally adopted symbol
systems. One of those means is sound.
I like to think that 'the muses' introduced me to Cymascope.com! The series
could not have been realized without the generosity and support of Reid and
Larson. Their permission to use the CymaGlyphs, which Erik created on the
Cymascope, provided me with visuals of the seven notes of the western scale. I
integrated these circularimages into the paintings and musical scores along
with the rest of the elements used to represent the seven different universal
approaches. Each painting was created in 49 layers on an untreated cotton
fabric stretched over a thin wood panel "
Ray Pierotti's web site is a treasure trove of beauty and artistry. The team
at CymaScope.com highly recommends a visit:
Gateways to the Divine -
God 5 "I Speak"