Using glazed ceramic as a substrate

For my 100 day project this year, I chose to create #100DaysofFluidArt.  In order to make this practical for my time (less than 30 minutes a day) and budget (I did not want to spend $400-$500 to make these paintings using cradled wood panels) I chose to use 6″x 6″ glazed ceramic tiles from the … More Using glazed ceramic as a substrate

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365 Days of Mandalas + a Bonus Leap Year Mandala

I sketched every morning in a notebook a small circular drawing, a mandala, which seemed to correspond to my inner situation at the time. With the help of these drawings I could observe my psychic transformations from day to day…My mandalas were cryptograms…in which I saw the self—that is, my whole being—actively at work. Jung, … More 365 Days of Mandalas + a Bonus Leap Year Mandala

Vacation Part Four: Mandala Magic Retreat in Ubud

This is Part Four in my four part series about my vacation this August.  You can see the other posts here: Part One:  Great Barrier Reef Part Two:  Port Douglas Part Three:  Stranded in Palm Cove The Mandala Magic retreat in Ubud was the whole reason that I booked my vacation.  I started drawing mandalas … More Vacation Part Four: Mandala Magic Retreat in Ubud

100 Days of Mandalas

  I completed #The100DayProject last Thursday with the mandala shown above (I love a mandala of mandalas). Here is a slideshow of my 100 mandalas created using Project 365 Pro: If you are interested in how I create my mandalas, here are my other posts on mandalas:  Mandalas and Time Lapse Mandala.  I’ve decided to … More 100 Days of Mandalas

Mandalas

“The mandala is an archetypal image whose occurrence is attested throughout the ages. It signifies the wholeness of the self” (Jung, 1965, pp. 334-335).     I started coloring mandalas about a year and a half ago when I started my M.A. in Counseling Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute.  I find the practice of coloring … More Mandalas