A Month for Mandalas, session two, which ended a few weeks ago, was about connection to nature’s elements.  Part of the session is actual connection and merging of mandalas with the elements. Here are the mandalas honoring and becoming one with water.

mandala-connection-water-christine-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-blogChristine Torlina Water Mandala

These mandalas were created to become one with a body of water. The papers are rice paper and 100% recycled cotton paper.  The paints and ink are made of beets, tumeric, spirulina and walnuts. Bees wax crayon give more color.

mandala-water-linda-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-blogMy water mandala

The two mandalas above were created in my studio. Christine let her mandala merge with the stream at her country home.

mandala-christine-on-water-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-blog

My friends Kelly and Hilary joined me for a late afternoon mandala creation and connection with water at a nearby pond.

 

mandala-elements-connection-water-3-colors-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-blogWe mixed the natural colors with water.

 

 

mandalas-connection-water-art-supplies-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-blogAnd painted away.

 

 

mandala-kelly-connection-water-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-blogKelly Larson’s sunset mandala.

mandala-hilary-connection-water-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-blogHilary Volkman’s water prayer

mandala-water-connection-rain-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-blogMy mandala and rain poem

mandalas-3-edge-of-pond-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-blogMandalas and prayers soon to merge with water.

mandalas-connection-water-pond-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-blogThe sunset and water ready for mandala connection.

mandalas-connection-on-water-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-blogAs the sun faded, the mandalas slowly sunk to the bottom of the pond, honoring water and merging with it.

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The next blogs will show the connections with air, fire and earth.

ENJOY & CREATE

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