Janine Wood-Bokman lives at Hackney Airfield outside of Athol, Idaho with her husband and daughter. She always wanted to work as an artist but was stuck in a technical field. As a result, she learned to use technical skills to make art and this fusion of creative vision and technology have given birth to something wonderful.

She has borrowed from many cultures: Celtic key patterns, Moorish tessellations, Native American designs, and Tibetan mandalas.

The intention behind all these creations is the same; to serve as visual aids for meditation, instruments of healing, and a means for peace.

Proceeds go to Tibetan Nun’s Project, The National Organization for Women, and The Sierra Club.

May these images benefit all beings.

  • Joined: April 2008
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