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.
Extraordinary color pencil artist, Kris Mitchell, of neighboring Philomath, OR, created this mesmerizingly beautiful landscape scene capturing the simple beauty … More
Gerry, my wonderful husband, cleverly captured this awesome photo of a crafty Christmas ornament project I worked on yesterday. What makes it so clever is that he took it from underneath the display. When he showed me the photo, he said…”look…a mandala.” (Yes, even he is trained to see mandalas 🙂 ) Very cool!
Corvallis watercolor artist, Beth Frolander Peterman, created this delightful swallow-tailed gull painting with a lot of softness and color. I really appreciate … More
Willamette Valley photographer, Vicky Hollenbeck, captured this fascinating photo of reflective light and raindrops on glass. Her process of grabbing this moment in time allowed for all of the “mandalas” of light to appear…some perfectly round, others a bit more wonky. Either way…it makes for a very interesting art piece.
Philomath fiber artist, Laura G. Berman, created this delightful felted sculptured vessel entitled, “Violetta” … and the attached top opens! Notice all the cute little purple mandalas adorning the entire piece. Even the vessel itself forms a mandala.
Corvallis ceramic artist, Terry Inokuma handcrafts these powerfully beautiful 100% clay luminarias. The way she designed this particular one, the center of the … More