Flower Mandalas

Flower Mandalas

The Flower Mandalas Project Roadmap

The Flower Mandalas Project Roadmap


Once again, thanks to those of you (55 backers and counting, so far!) who have already supported the Project. The “Fifty-Two Flower Mandalas” book has been a six-year effort, and your pledges and support are greatly appreciated! Thanks to your generosity, the Project is more than three-fourths of the way to making its September 14th goal.

Your contributions to this Kickstarter project are intended not only to help me complete the “Fifty-Two Flower Mandalas” book, but also to kickstart the larger Flower Mandalas Project. The “Fifty-Two Flower Mandalas” book is the first step in what I see to be a four-stage process:


– Create and publish the Book
– Create a traveling Exhibition in print and multimedia form and display it primarily in healing institutions
– Establish a foundation for promoting art as a healing and transformative activity
– Help to fund and promote artistic projects aimed at healing and transformation

Please support this Project before the September 14th deadline to help this dream can become a reality. Every contribution, no matter how small, really ishelpful, and also demonstrates your belief in promoting art as a healing and transformative means.


To see some of the initial pairings of images, quotations, and concepts, please visit my Behance Network project page, here: Fifty-Two Flower Mandalas at Behance Network.

Stay tuned to the Behance Network page to see work in progress on the Project and to offer any comments and critiques.

Thanks again,
– David

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