Pacific Northwest artist, Helga Winter, created this beautiful bowl by hand turning an unseasoned piece of Pacific Madrone on a wood lathe, shaping it round, and then allowing it to dry/warp as it turns back to its own shape. She then uses dyes and patterns to “invite a closer look.”
While this looks like it could be a photo from a kaleidoscope, it’s actually a magnificent piece of tie dye art by Debbie Krell. Originally I thought this was a digital creation, however, when I read the FB post I found out differently.
Mr. Tie Die, Carl E. McClellan, created this beautiful tie dyed Flower of Life mandala. What an achievement. It’s bold, it’s powerful and I love the use of rainbow colors. It begs the question (a question he’s most often asked)…How did he do that?