Willamette Valley mosaics and acrylics artist, Lynn Radosevich, of Mandala Mosaic, created this delightful mosaic mandala using bits and pieces of objects she’s collected in her studio. I appreciate how her creation process incorporates meditation. This particular piece caught my attention because of the colorful whimsey and joy that radiates from, in, and around the circle.
About her art she states:
Mosaics are a continual source of joy, creativity, and endless possibilities. It is a very meditative process that allows one to become fully engaged in the unfolding of an art piece. I use bits of colored glass, stones, beads, wire, gems, jewelry, and old china, followed by grout, gratitude, and love, to hold the piece together. My best work happens when I engage my intuition, allowing the materials speak to me and lead the creative process in effortless flow.
To view more of her delightful art, check out her online gallery. And if you ever happen to be in the Willamette Valley Oregon area you can see/buy her art at Sibling Revelry (Corvallis), in January 2016 she’ll have her art available at Imagine Coffee (Corvallis), and in late October, she participates in the annual Philomath Open Studios.
Lynn’s art encourages us to let our creative process be a meditation…to be present, in joy and one with what we’re creating.
I WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU ABOUT THE MotD 2016…
Answer this 1-question pole about how best to present the Mandala of the Day for 2016. Thanks in advance for your help.
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