Arizona-based artist Kathy Klein uses a variety of organic materials to produce a series of eye-catching mandalas referred to as Danmalas—a portmanteau of the Vedic Sanskrit words "dān" and "mālā" which respectively mean "the giver" and "garland of flowers." Each piece in her ongoing collection boasts a brilliant sense of geometric symmetry and energetic life.
Plan Pintar y dibujar en verano,crear mi coleccion de cosas bonitas:esta es practica de elementos geométricos y del pulso.1Dibujar los circulos concentricos y luego lo demás,los elementos geométricos directamente a pulso con el pincel.
Kathy Klein is a devout lover of plants, animals, people and the divine presence within all. She creates the danmalas by first centering herself in a meditative devotional space. Next she gathers flowers and natural objects while her mind is kept in mantra, resting in the immaterial. Then, through an act of grace and giving to all, she allows the materials to fall to the will of creation patterns. Her inspiration is given from the golden sound residing within perfect silence.
Using hundreds of flower petals acquired from wildflowers and other plants, artist Kathy Klein creates temporary mandala designs that are left to be discovered by others. http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/02/new-flower-mandalas-by-kathy-klein/