The word "mandala" is from the classical Indian language of Sanskrit. Loosely translated to mean "circle." These repetitive patterns are found in nature (biology, geology, chemistry, physics and astronomy), art, architecture and are used in many religious traditions. Drawing and coloring mandalas is a popular form of art therapy as well. Making the repetitive patterns is a soothing, almost meditative process. I also love the portability and few supplies needed, these can be made almost anywhere! I began creating these works of art in 2009 using the very symmetrical, tradition style that I learned when introduced to them. That has slowly transformed into a more abstract/off-center style. Adding watercolor paint to many of the pieces was a new process and currently I've expanding into using a batik process to add depth and interest to each composition.
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