Mandalas continue to deeply inspire my work

Mandalas continue to deeply inspire my work

A small retrospective of my work with mandalas over the last five years in the Philippines will be on display in Baguio City this month.  The small show is curated by Katrin de Guia and is on display at the Vocas Gallery in Omy Gulay, on Session Rd.  It will be up for May with the work of other mandala artists from around the region.  Katrin has been following my work for the last few years, and wanted to emphasize how mandalas can be a powerful and beautiful tool for uniting and inspiring– even in the most humble and isolated communities.

I am honored to be part of the show and see the fun and fresh presentation of “my” mandalas (really 90% are the mandalas of others that I facilitated!).  There was a great opening party with some dazzling mandalic dancing (circles within circles ever expanding) and a chance to meet the other mandala artists behind the works.

Check it out if you are in town and have some great vegetarian food while you are at it!

 

 

 

 

 

 

A simple mandala made from diamond cut used clothing in the village of Guina'ang in 2012.

A simple mandala made from diamond cut used clothing in the village of Guina’ang in 2012.

 

 

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