Mandala Art

Samples of My Mandalas

Some examples of my mandalas

Some examples of my mandalas

 

Detail of Mandala

Detail of Mandala

I began creating mandalas in 2008.  Each mandala represents a different creation of the world, reminding us that in every moment the world is created and then falls away to be created in the next.  And reminding us that we are creators with the ability to reconfigure the world with the beliefs, feelings and actions we chose.

Each mandala is approximately 18 cm square and was created on acid-free paper with watercolor pens.  The forms, outlined in either silver or gold ‘gellyroll’ pens have a  shimmering quality that transforms with the changing light.  Please click on detail at right to get a better sense of the shimmering quality.

 

Miniature Prayer Flags

The embossed image in the centre is a mandala, used in every wisdom tradition as a symbol of wholeness.  Traditionally, prayer flags are used to bless and to promote peace, compassion, strength, and wisdom. The Tibetans believe the prayers and mantras will be blown by the wind to spread the good will and compassion into all pervading space. Therefore, prayer flags are thought to bring benefit to all.

These tiny prayer flags are made of ribbon and then embossed in gold or silver with mandala symbols.  Tiny jewel-like accents have been added.  May this tiny flag bless your heart and your home!

Miniature Prayer Flags (on altar, and details)

Miniature Prayer Flags (on altar, and details)

Mandala Cards Mandala cards

 (Left): original mandala folded into a card; (Centre): Stamped & embossed mandala; (Right): Reproduction of original mandala

 To enquire about purchasing my art (or visiting my next show if you live in the Toronto area) please click here to mail me.

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