This mandala started out as a “Happenings” piece, where I place drops of different color inks onto damp-to-slightly-wet watercolor paper. … More
“Night Crawlers” may seem like an unusual title for a mandala and yet that’s what this mandala wanted to be … More
“Flare” “In my stillness, comes my peace and joy” I created one full-color version using markers: While meditating and thinking … More
This mandala was inspired by the decorative lid of a large alabaster box belonging to King Tut. I loved the multiple rows of detailed patterns which all lent itself even better in a circular mandala form.
This is the first of my annual winter holiday mandalas. My initial idea was to place 12 trees around the circle with their tops touching a multi-faceted star in the center and each sharing ornaments at the ends of their branches.
On occasion I participate in EBSQ’s monthly online art shows (of which I’m a juried member). The theme for the February 2009 show was: “One Word Concept: Hidden”. The idea “hidden in plain view” came to mind. I love playing around with words. I outlined the “hidden” word and then randomly doodled large wavy lines around and through it.
I’ve always been fascinated by dreamcatchers…it may have something to do with the fact that they contain a circle. A friend gave me a red-tailed hawk feather. I used it as my model for this dreamcatcher-like mandala.