This week’s MotD theme: Mandala Artists Danmala (“giver of garlands”) artist, Kathy Klein, beautifully put together this vibrant, yet delicate, garland … More
This week’s MotD theme: Time After Time Shannon, of Shannybeebo, created this large, eco-friendly clock made of magazine pages she cut out … More
This week’s MotD theme: In the Air British fine art wire artist, Celia Smith, created this extraordinary work of art entitled … More
Willamette Valley mosaics and acrylics artist, Lynn Radosevich, of Mandala Mosaic, created this delightful mosaic mandala using bits and pieces of … More
Cottage Grove mixed media artist, Shannon Weber, created these amazing art pieces from pieces of Mother Nature entitled “Life Guard Towers.” She used beaver sticks, knotless knitting, wax linen on found beach glass, and kelp bulbs: carved, stitched and woven. I love how her very creative imagination could take all of these individual pieces and put them all together in such delightful ways.
Today’s MotD comes to us via yet another amazingly talented local artist, Agnes Barton Sabo, a.k.a. Betty Turbo! She creates these delightfully fun, retro art pieces, including this one, containing some delectable combination of food, whimsey and a very creative imagination. Can you see all the mandala shapes in this piece?
Nature artist, Janelle Amos, created yet another stunning mandala, this time made from found-in-nature greenery. I previously showcased her sunflower seed mandala on day 104.