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"Love is Love"

Canson watercolor paper, resin, on a canvas panel

11x14 acrylic pen



In art school I never drew Mandalas, but as an art teacher it is great to teach structure using a Mandala shows the repetition of shapes which is key, and so is meditation for your mind. I really like the repetition, but also the freedom in being able to make mistakes, imperfect Mandalas are a joy .When drawing a Mandala, you always want it on a square shaped paper for the correct proportions. I started with an imperfect structure, so they will be different. I led with imperfection, because it always makes for some unique results and I enjoyed the ride I went on!

This piece I used a sharpie, acrylic paint pens, and had such a fun experimenting. Wanted to do mandalas in different golds and also a hamsa that embraces all types of love!!


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Original Drawing/painting: "Love is love"

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