1-22-17 – “Unity” This piece holds a lot of symbolism. The middle part came easily for me and I love how it had a quality of movement to it. However, once I completed the black ring, I became dissatisfied with the whole thing and almost moved on. Somehow I brought it back from there, however after finishing it, I know […]
9-15-16 – “Tension in the Eye of the Suffering” This was another mandala that I decided to test out on canvas versus sketchbook paper.
8-10-16 “Formless” Something about color vs. black and white really seems to bother me. I can’t wrap my head around it really. This was done in an orange/red sharpie and a fine tip black one. My favorite part about this piece is the staircase located underneath the lower “swirl.” The rest of it just doesn’t suit me for visual purposes. […]
8/29/16 – “Manifestation, Learning and Growing” This was the first mandala that I created on a canvas. I realized that sharpie performs wonderfully well on this type of medium and it looks even more sharp than the drawing paper I was using previously. The intention I set for this mandala was “Manifestation, Learning and Growing.” I had been working on […]
7-29-16 “Wholeness” I started this mandala around the same time as the last one that I posted a few weeks back. It is obvious to me when looking back at this one that my mind state had shifted dramatically. I love the center of this mandala, especially the vibration coming forth from the earth. This vibration continues throughout the entire […]
6/30/16 – “Communication” Clearly I was on a role creating Mandalas during the month of June. I had found a new release and I felt as though I was onto something. I started out with the intention of “communication.” I had no idea how I was going to convey that, but hey, art flows in this medium for me. Midway […]
6-11-16 – “Oasis Amongst Chaos” I finished up this mandala shortly after I had just finished my second one. I was utilizing heavy sketch book paper, pencil and sharpie. I decided to utilize my compass on this one to create the circles. After I created the center (I always start in the center and work my way out” I really […]