This Week’s Theme: Opal Along with it being my birthstone, the Opal is also one of my favorite gemstones. I love the … More
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?
Oregon jewelry artisan and friend, Jan O’Banion made this gorgeous ReArt Tin and Mixed Metal Hummingbird Breastplate. I love her attention to details and her creative imagination of putting all these pieces together to form this one-of-a-kind work of art…with all kinds of mandala-like shapes.
Today’s MotD is actually a mandala in motion. It’s a video of this adorable corgi who just LOVES to go round and round and round on the carousel. So along with the carousel being mandala-like, so is the movement of the carousel and the corgi, yet both going in opposing directions.
Unless you are of a certain age, this contraption may be a bit foreign to you. In my youth, I used a similar device to this one; my ‘bonnet’ however was white instead of the cool colors of this one. Anyway, I decided to have a little fun with today’s MotD.