Mandala are characterized by repetitive patterns in concentric shapes, (circles, triangles, squares, etc).
In many spiritual practices, a mandala represents the entire Universe. In more modern Jungian psychology, the symbol stands for an effort to reunify the self.
This "Time Without End" workshop is a supportive tool for meditation by allowing clear and vivid visuals while occupying the motor skills.
Rozine takes artists step-by-step, creating beautiful mandala symbolism. She talks about shape and color psychology, using positive affirmations that reflect the meaning of the shapes used in the drawing.
Class is taught using 8" x 10" canvas board, a pencil, Elmer's Colored Paint Pens (medium nib), Black Sharpie Paint Pens (fine & medium nib). Art can be painted with acrylics, watercolors, or oils. Any medium will do — art is your chance to express yourself.
Rozine offers suggestions on how to balance repetitive shapes and patterns. You'll also learn about how to select the best colors.