Online Artful Geometry
with Martha Moderitz
Starts 9th Oct '21
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
$40.00 1 Class Sold Out

Starts 9th Oct '21

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
$40.00 1 Class Sold Out
This workshop is SOLD OUT. Please contact us to join waitlist.

Geometry and nature have been used in combination to inspire art and design over the past centuries and across different cultures. The practice of geometry is also a tool for contemplation and meditation, with its inherent symbolism and rhythmic practice. It increases one's awareness of the archetypal shapes and rhythms found all around us, bringing a wonderful feeling of presence and deeper respect for nature with its immensity of patterns, symmetry, and beauty.

This online taster class will focus on construction of basic geometric shapes and patterns underlying nature. You will be guided through the step-by-step construction of essential patterns using a compass and straight edge. Using the lines, shapes, and points of reference within each pattern, you will explore mark-making to freely create designs or compositions, learning essential elements of design along the way to expand and refine your work.

Join this workshop where we will work to a relaxed and meditative rhythm, finding freedom in flow, and flow in structure. This workshop is suitable for beginners aged 15+ and for those wishing to explore geometry as a design and mindfulness tool.

This workshop will be run online via Zoom.

About Martha Moderitz
About Martha Moderitz
Martha is a freelance artist and educator, and co-founder of Foundations4Creativity, an educational enterprise seeking to invoke the inner artist in everyone. Her work is inspired by the underlying structures and patterns found in our natural world. She explores ideas of inner expression and storytelling through her illustrations and paintings.


Martha graduated with a Masters in Traditional Arts from the Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts in London, where she subsequently worked on the School’s international outreach programme. Martha received The Bagri Foundation Prize in 2017 for an original composition and her work is owned by private collectors in both the UK and Australia.

Workshop Schedule

What you get:
* Drawing skills and techniques from a professional artist.
* Shared tips and tricks to develop your practice.
* Absolute, 100% creative brain joy!

What to set up at home:
* Set up your computer with Zoom link supplied to you on the day.
* Compass (ensure pencil is sharp)
* Straight edge (a ruler for example, but any straight edge will do as measurements are not required)
* HB pencil and sharpener (an H and 2B if you have available)
* Fine marker
* Eraser
* Paper (approximately five pieces) - photocopy paper or any kind of art paper that has a smooth surface. At least A4 size but A3 would be useful.
* Inspiration - a view of indoor plants, flowers, plants and trees (pictures will also be available for viewing during the class)
* Tonal tools - any of the following: coloured pencils, charcoal, pastels, markers
About Martha Moderitz
About Martha Moderitz
Martha is a freelance artist and educator, and co-founder of Foundations4Creativity, an educational enterprise seeking to invoke the inner artist in everyone. Her work is inspired by the underlying structures and patterns found in our natural world. She explores ideas of inner expression and storytelling through her illustrations and paintings.


Martha graduated with a Masters in Traditional Arts from the Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts in London, where she subsequently worked on the School’s international outreach programme. Martha received The Bagri Foundation Prize in 2017 for an original composition and her work is owned by private collectors in both the UK and Australia.
About Martha Moderitz
Martha is a freelance artist and educator, and co-founder of Foundations4Creativity, an educational enterprise seeking to invoke the inner artist in everyone. Her work is inspired by the underlying structures and patterns found in our natural world. She explores ideas of inner expression and storytelling through her illustrations and paintings.


Martha graduated with a Masters in Traditional Arts from the Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts in London, where she subsequently worked on the School’s international outreach programme. Martha received The Bagri Foundation Prize in 2017 for an original composition and her work is owned by private collectors in both the UK and Australia.
  • Explore shapes and patterns
  • Design and mindfulness
  • Geometry in nature
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