Flower Mandalas

Flower Mandalas


Flower Mandala: Bachelor’s Button III

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Bachelor’s Button III
Discussion:
Art, Healing, and Transformation group
Flower Mandalas Project group
Cultivating Creativity group
Request a flower mandala screensaver: Fifteen Flower Mandalas
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  • Cheryl of Mandala Oasis Yahoo Group

    Your mandalas are gorgeous and oh so unique. Something about it makes me think…snowflake, yet flower…two in one maybe. I made one the other day that was like a flower and a butterfly, which you can see here if you’d like:
    http://mandalaoasis.blogspot.com/2008/07/blooming-butterfly.html
    Also, I started the Mandala Oasis Yahoo Group for mandala makers (drawn & digital)and have arranged for Judith Cornell to teach a series of 6 mandala teleclasses starting next week. We are all very excited…and you, and others you know who might be intrested, are invited to join us. Details are at the link below; can link to the Yahoo Group from there too:
    http://mandalaoasis.blogspot.com/2008/07/master-teacher-judith-cornell-to-teach.html
    Please spread the word!
    Cheers! – Cheryl

  • Nicki

    This image moves me deeply. I resonate with these particular colours. When I look at the image for a lengthy period of time, my focus continually shifts from piece to piece of the image, bringing this portion to the forefront, and then another portion. I can feel my brain working to process it as a whole and as its pieces. Many thanks for the experience.

  • mary

    makes me desire to grow into this creator of universe

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