Art pens, watercolour pencil and paints & acrylics on Canson paper.
Palette is yellow, ochre, green, aqua, blue, indigo, white, silver.

Inspired from the geometric Star Tetrahedron shape, also seen as an energetic Light-Spirit-Body form. Sacred geometry relates to proportions and relationships. These sacred geometric forms often appear in our dreams and visions. Meditation on this mandala is recommended. Enjoy !

NOTE : if you would like a different background colour for the tote bag/pillow, please email me.

ALSO available as a Tee shirt, Hoodie, Kids Clothes & Sticker design

©Danita Clark 2010 NOTE: Copying and displaying or redistribution of this image in whole or in part, in any form or by any means, without permission from the artist, Danita Clark, is strictly prohibited. Removal of embedded watermarks on any image is strictly prohibited. To request permission to use any material on this page, to link to any image, and for further inquiries, please contact Danita Clark.

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

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  • drawing4art
    drawing4artover 4 years ago

    Beautiful Danita.

  • thanks vic

    – danita clark

  • Druidstorm
    Druidstormover 4 years ago

    Every single thing in the universe has a Merkaba field around it – even a planet. Once all humans had this knowledge, but in our fall from grace in Atlantis we forgot how to breathe correctly through the prana tube and how to maintain our Merkaba fields. We started to breathe instead through our noses and mouths. Human babies are born with an intact Merkaba (the baby’s fontanelle is the remnant of the prana tube entering the crown), but it collapses within a few days.

    Surrounding your body is an energy sphere, sometimes called a biosphere. Within this space you can create the Merkaba – a wonderfully responsive thought-form. This is an ancient technology, hinted at through the ages, and given many names by various religious and philosophical systems. This has been a secret, closely guarded by the adepts and masters, only recently made available to those seeking transformation, enlightenment and ascension.

    Your artwork is amazing my friend, simple yet powerful! Bravo, Bravo!!!…)o(

  • smile malcolm & thankyou

    – danita clark

  • BCallahan
    BCallahanover 4 years ago

    this is beautiful, Danita… really love looking and thinking about your work… just to sit and gaze at it really brings on a feeling of peacefulness and love. Barb

  • Thanks for your feedback Barb it makes me happy you feel this way

    – danita clark

  • LoneAngel
    LoneAngelover 4 years ago

    beaitufl image

  • TA !

    – danita clark

  • HeidiArts
    HeidiArtsover 4 years ago

    Beautiful and so interesting too – thanks for this wonderful creation Danita.

  • You are most welcome heidi my friend !

    – danita clark

  • © Karin  Taylor
    © Karin Taylorover 4 years ago

    Wow a wonderful mandala…. So many exacting triangles to get right and each is perfect making up the whole, found Malcolm ’s response most fascinating also! :)

  • Thanks Karin ;) Me too, Malcolm adds dimensions!
    The star tetrahedron is fairly straightforward geometry formed with a compass, a circle then 6 points and then a ruler to join points… I’m a beginner in the art of " shading " – ‘tis one of the reasons it took a while; i sat with this one for quite some months before it was ’finished’ – i can see how it can still be improved; however it got to a point where it wanted to reveal itself in its fairly simple colouring and form.
    A lesson for me in embellishment – or not.
    When to stand back and say “enough”.
    Interesting !!

    – danita clark

  • Rebecca Calabro
    Rebecca Calabroover 4 years ago

    This is so beautiful, I really love how the merkaba is shaded.

  • Thanks for looking and your feedback Bec

    – danita clark

  • Solomon Walker
    Solomon Walkerover 4 years ago

    superb work Danita

  • great to see you pop by solomon TA

    – danita clark

  • Keith Richardson
    Keith Richardsonover 4 years ago

    You re really inspired – exciting 3D geometry!

  • Thanks Keith !

    – danita clark

  • Deborah Lazarus
    Deborah Lazarus7 months ago

    Super fantastic work!!
    Deb, your host
    June 22, 2014

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