To me the beach is one of the most peaceful places to be. It’s a place of constant movement; tides moving in and out, breezes blowing, and in the water the seaweed and kelp flow with the waves. This mandala started as a doodling; it’s when it was completed that it reminded me of the peaceful movement of kelp beneath the ocean surface.
Funny Face reminds us to re-connect with our inner joy. It’s always there. We just have this nasty habit of covering it up with so much seriousness that we forget.
The Mountain Tops mandala is one of a series of 21 asymmetry mandalas created over a 3-week period in autumn 2007. It consists of multiple upside-down “v”s going on into infinity.
This was one of many mandalas created after my trip to Egypt with my husband in 1999. This one was inspired by King Tut’s falcon amulet. The design reminds me of the rising phoenix, a transformation from out of the ashes.
So my “temporary” hiatus went a little longer than I had initially intended. I plan to be back on track beginning the Week of July 21 with the “Falcon” Mandala.
I need to put the “Mandala of the Week” on temporary hiatus. I plan to resume the week of March 10. Thank you for your interest in my mandalas and […]
“Council of Twelve” “Whenever two or more are gathered as one, the possibilities are endless.” I created two full-color versions using color pencils: I created this mandala using the Egyptian […]