Posts Tagged ‘mandala’

Straight from my Midori Passport Size TN another flower mandala doodle created over different moments having coffee when I had a little time to add to it:



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Sometimes you want to doodle in reverse, light on dark rather than dark on light. This is a small silver ink mandala doodle created on black paper to be framed for sale at a later date:


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triangle flower mandalaI am not a triangle fan. They’re too pointy and pokey for my liking. I, however, did not decide on the starting shape for this mandala. I let my daughter choose and she picked a triangle. I suppose it didn’t turn out too badly considering. I daresay I could have done a better job of evening it out as well so the middle is less disjointed feeling to me and yet it is what it is.

That middle cluster of triangles is like the muddle in my mind most days, having it’s effect on the outer whole of the flower around it. It has a certain amount of beauty to it, however, and if you look close enough even the muddle is it’s own form of organised chaos.

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From humble beginnings over coffee; a splash of patience and a sprinkle of connection…


Great things can be born:


But then I suppose that can be said of a lot of things, not just doodling.


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Chakra Mandala ~ watercolour and ink on watercolour paper.

I finally finished the Chakra Mandala and I’m really pleased with how it turned out. I learned a lot about the best way to approach a mandala design in the future and I had such a wonderful time creating it.

The original piece will soon be available from my website to buy as will art print cards of the image on which I can add a custom message. Keep an eye on the news section to see when it’s listed!

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Today I have been adding to my chakra mandala, working from the centre of the flower out to the edges of the paper.

In hindsight I should have drawn it within a circle on my paper but I wanted the sections to be as large as possible and so filled the square of water colour paper instead.

It’s been a wonderful experience to work on this piece. Each section relating to a different chakra and really speaking to me as I approach it with what it wants to look like.

Once she’s finished she’ll be available to buy from my website and with any luck I will be making some cards from prints of her too if she complies with my request. She gives me that feeling of rightness when I concentrate on the spiral centre and guides me into peace.

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