Download Mandala of the Week #20 Inspired by a couple of upcoming Mandalas of the Day for this week’s theme: … More
Download Mandala of the Week #1 We start 2017 looking into the wonderful world of Agates. I created this mandala … More
Download Mandala of the Week #52 I grew up during the time of hippies, flower power, and the peace movement … More
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.
“Flare” “In my stillness, comes my peace and joy” I created one full-color version using markers: While meditating and thinking … More
The Inner Tubes mandala is one of a series of 21 asymmetry mandalas created over a 3 week period in autumn 2007. It consists of only 3 lines overlapping each other, with a spiral in the middle. My asymmetry mandalas come about by drawing in-the-moment inspired doodles.
Prior to 2005 I had created to King Tut inspired mandalas. By 2005 I wanted to create another one. This one is my interpretation of a amulet/necklace worn by King Tut and on display at the Cairo Museum. The center scarab in this case represents Tut being carried off to the afterlife in a boat. The cobras and other scarabs are there to protect him on his journey.