When I started looking, I found lots of mandalas around my house.  Many of them were ones I created decades ago, ceramic bowls and platters I did before my children were born.  I didn’t call them mandalas at the time.  When I create mandalas now I see the same images, like spirals, coming up when I create with paper.  Here are the favorite ceramic mandalas I created.

 

 

 

 

The mandalas below were made by nature and other artists.

Horse hair nest made by birds, given to me by a friend who found it. Robin’s egg and feathers found on the ground in my garden.

Gourd bowl made by Huichol Indians with beads imbedded in beeswax.  From a trip to Mexico.

Gourd bowl made by Huichol Indians with beads imbedded in beeswax.  From a trip to Mexico.

Drum made by a teacher of mine.

Shells collected from a family friend’s shell shop in Florida.

There are more mandalas around my house.  I’ll share more later.

 

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