Dear Mandala Enthusiast,
Thank you again for taking one of my mandala workshops!
On this page you’ll find a variety of resources that include books, videos, and classes to continue your learning as well as links to some of my favorite tools and supplies.
I’d love to hear from you and see your completed mandala! Write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I hope to see you at one of my mandala or expressive arts workshops in the future.
Here are some links to resources to support your mandala practice. I hope you’ll continue to create mandalas and I’d love to see what you create.
Subscribe to my e-mail newsletter for upcoming classes and mandala challenges.
Sharing Circle – Free membership website for mandala enthusiasts. Includes monthly mandala challenges.
Spent a rainy Saturday with the loveliest “hookers” in New Hampshire. I taught them how to create a mandala and I left inspired to see how I might bring my passion for mandalas to the arts & crafts of rug hooking. I’m pictured here with Cathy a member of the White Woolen Magic (NH Rug Hookers Guild) and her gorgeous rug featuring mandalas in each corner. She picked up my book a year ago.
Workshops & Programs
Books: Drawing Mandalas
Mandala Drawing I – Ten video lessons focused on geometric style mandalas. Ongoing. Self Paced.
Color I – Color Theory as well as demonstrations on a wide range of art supplies.Ongoing. Self Paced.
Tools & Supplies
Staples Card Stock (not cover) – This is what we used in the workshops and programs.
Faber-Castell Pitt Pens – India Ink; great for journals; doesn’t bleed $$$$
Spectrum Noir – Alcohol-based $$
TomBow Brush Markers – Water-based $$$$
Super Markers – These are the water-based markers used in the class. Excellent value and alternative to TomBow. $
Uni-Ball White Gel Pen (Broad Point) – Favorite white gel pen
Posca Paint Pens – For stones and other objects.
Here are some examples of mandalas created by students in my workshops.