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Original mandala art : Canson paper, Ink Pens, Art pens, Acrylic and Iridescent acrylic.

Doodling with ink pens one evening, I started from the centre, having fun mirroring and repeating images as this mandala appeared. This one is all free-hand, no tools (like the compass, ruler etc) so a surprising creation. The colouring was also lots of fun; the art pens can be “washed” into a watercolour effect, the colours swirled into each other, as details were added with paints. Wild and vibrant! Passionate and fun!

Featured in South Australian Artist Nov 09

Featured in First Things Nov 09

Featured in:Vibration in Art and Verse-Vavoom Nov 09

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My passion is creating art & making mandalas. I hope my art touches your heart and soul.

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Comments

  • Kevin McGeeney
    Kevin McGeeneyover 4 years ago

    Danita…you have one sharp mind,,,,a very steady hand….and a great creative spirit!

  • Thanks for that Kevin. I enjoyed the freedom of not having to get out all the ‘tools’! I dont plan any of the mandalas when starting, this was another expression….

    – danita clark

  • BCallahan
    BCallahanover 4 years ago

    i totally agree with Kevin… and i don’t even know him!!! you are so creative.. and this is superb!!! love the blend of colors… your work is fantastic!!! barb

  • Thats kind Barb. It was fun.
    PS: If you like my colour blends, check out Kevin’s vibrant art !!!

    – danita clark


  • One of the nicest things someone has ever done for me.
    Blessings Barb.

    – danita clark

  • © Karin  Taylor
    © Karin Taylorover 4 years ago

    absolutely gorgeous, I can’t get over how beautiful this is, the colours are glorious and the design so pleasing to the eye danita :) x

  • Thanks so much Karin for your encouragement.
    You inspire me; i love your Little Profiles, and thought about how wonderfully they have all translated onto Tees.
    I have spent most of this morn’ reading the tutorials about T-shirts and FINALLY have created one –
    and this design is my first Tee!!! YAY

    – danita clark

  • plunder
    plunderover 4 years ago

    Fantastic!!!

  • Thanks for coming to look and your comment.

    – danita clark

  • Solomon Walker
    Solomon Walkerover 4 years ago

    incredible design, really wonderful work of art!!

  • Thanks for your kind response Solomon

    – danita clark

  • David's Photoshop
    David's Photoshopover 4 years ago

    Great work Dinita, well done and congratulations on your feature.
    David xx

  • Thanks so much David

    – danita clark

  • Isa Rodriguez
    Isa Rodriguezover 4 years ago

    Congratulations

    your work has been featured at First Things

  • Thank you for the feature

    – danita clark

  • BCallahan
    BCallahanover 4 years ago

    thanks danita!!! hugs! barb

  • You are very welcome !!

    – danita clark

  • linaji
    linajiover 4 years ago


    This has been featured from 11-15 thru 11-22

  • Thank you for the feature !!

    – danita clark

  • Louise Cooke
    Louise Cookeover 4 years ago

    how do you achieve such amazing symmetry? How beautiful, a fascinating artwork :))

  • hi louise – draw many concentric circles, one outside the other, divide the outermost into required number of “sections” and begin. This one is on my facebook page as a series of pitures to show how it grew, my son Ben taking photos as i sat doodling it one evening. It was abit unusual in that i entirely free handed it , once the circles and sections were in place , whereas usually i use the compass and ruler a fair bit…. see on my page at facebook

    – danita clark

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