Flower Mandalas

Flower Mandalas


Flower Mandala: Beach Rose I

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Beach Rose I flower mandala
More anon,
– David
Discussion:
Art, Healing, and Transformation group
Flower Mandalas Project group


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  • Mecari

    I love this one the best so far. Staring at it, it seemed to shift back and forth.

  • kevin

    dave, now it seems you are placing center pieces into your flowers. nice work. i like the new direction. I apologize for not keeping up with my commitments, I am really overwhelmed with catching up on my own work. as i know you are. i will try to sprint in the middle of the marathon to catch up with you. dont forget me. kevin

  • Jennifer

    Hi David,I am moved with the hidden,yet not,imagies in this mandalas.I see the man standing,then below that,a setted figure,is that wings above the standing man?Then in the middle,there are people setting at a table.Awesome,

  • Stephen Scalf

    Hi David, This is the first time I have seen your Mandalas. I love them. Love your site. Have a great day and week. I am glad that you are still here in the Universe. Love always. Bless you always. Stephen,

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