Danmala Flower Mandalas

I stumbled across these as I was doing a search for Mandala’s.  I took a 3-day class one time on the traditional ones and they’ve intrigued me ever since.  You could do the same with a cheap bouquet of flowers you purchase from the farmer’s market.  Watch out for wind!  Or raid your veggie bin, make one on the counter, take a shot and then eat the mandala!  😉

to see more from this fabulous artist, http://danmala.com

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  1. Pamela Jean
    October 14, 2014

    Thanks for sharing Kathy Klein’s work. Very inspiring. Reminds me of Sally Smith’s “etherials.” I love how people connect to the natural world through artistic expression. And BTW, I am equally inspired and encouraged by your playful work and musings! Thanks! – PJ

  2. Marcia
    October 14, 2014

    Zowie! I like it!

  3. Sherry Foley
    October 14, 2014

    Or pumpkins

  4. Mary Grellner
    October 14, 2014

    These mandalas are SO beautiful!!!

  5. Gina Lighton
    October 14, 2014

    Oooohh, these flower mandalas are so beautiful!!

  6. Lisa Robinson
    August 22, 2015

    Wow! Lightbulb moment: Have you ever made a fruit pizza? These reminded me of those and now I think a Mandala Pizza made with edible flowers would be stunning. (Fruit Pizza is a giant round sugar cookie, covered with a layer of cream cheese mixed with powdered sugar for the sauce, then circles of berries and cut fruits as the topping–writing this it occurs to me there are probably hoards of ways to make it a bit more healthy as well as tasty!)

  7. Marcela
    December 01, 2015

    I once made the comment to my first wife. That I wihsed she would have had a chance to met my grandfather. She did her all to common scoff and replied she already had to talk to him way too much in the course of any given day. Profound statement made from what I considered a quite swallow person. (lessoned learned) or simply, (L.L.) If one sees it in my writtings. Blind squirrel and acorn thing still might apply there. While I totally agree with enjoying life as the gift it is. I feel we must be guarded in just how much of an impact, good or bad we have on others while doing it. That even though we leave (old scottish saying here) Our shadows should have touched people and only did good . That a single act, belief or trespass of any sort can echo down thur time. Many of us have been boy scouts. Leave it as you found it, a very good plan. Pehapes we should try to leave it just a little better. Yes, it opens a whole gallon size can or worms . Still. Only twice I can remember did my grandfather make any sort of comments about relegion. The first was he could quote chapter and verse as well as most. That a weekly trip to the graveyard for an hour or two was perhapes more than equal to going to church each sunday.

  8. Shweta Mahto
    January 25, 2017

    Wow amazing!
    We make rangoli in India with colors (powder) and petals but these patterns are awesome!

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