When I see images of nature-inspired mandalas, it takes my breath away. The little kid voice in me says “I wanna do that!”
And that was my reaction yet again when I found today’s MotD from photographer & land artist, Dietmar Voorwold, and his remarkable land art creations. My biggest challenge was figuring out which of his pieces to showcase…they all are spectacular.
In the end I went with this one, which he entitled “AmWeg 80”. I appreciate his stunning use of “mixed media”…the hardness and grey colorations of the stones with the softness and vibrant colors of the leaves. The marriage of these contrasts provides a strong foundation made of stones, allowing for the soft nature of the mandala to shine through wholeheartedly.
About Dietmar’s LandArt from his web site:
LandArt – art in and with nature – has become an essential part of my work. Nature offers everything necessary for an aesthetic work of art, i.e. materials to create something, colours, light und a vast open canvas. Here I can live out my creative passion without limitation, enabling the movement of freedom and the pleasure of breathing deeply.
Need I say more?
If you would like your mandala to be considered for the “Mandala of the Day”, read how on the Participate page. It’s easy! Or recommend one you’ve seen via my Contact page.