mountains and mandalas



An unexpected side effect of yoga teacher training is that I now am addicted to drawing mandalas (as far as addictions go this is a pretty cheerful one). They just keep appearing in my head, on my paintings, in my sketchbooks. So soothing.

This is acrylic on canvas with the mandala and highlights in posca pens – so far it’s taken about four cups of coffee, a handful of cadbury mini eggs and a lot of CBC 2 radio to get to get to this point.



One thought on “mountains and mandalas

  1. That is so beautiful and intricate. Makes me think of some of the artworks in the Art Gallery of South Australia and old masters we saw in Europe where paintings depicting clothing on the subjects was so intricate and detailed you could think it actually WAS fabric.

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