flower circle.

Flowers, cones, leaves – nature is never short on extraordinary inspiration. Kathy Klein deconstructs objects of our environment and uses the parts to create unique flower circles called "danmalas". From the sanskrit ' .

Kathy Klein works with and get her inspiration by nature. When she’s creating a circle of flowers she’s in a special state of mind ,some kind of meditation. The circles are Danmala’s , special spiritual flower circles. These spiritual offerings reflect the wisdom of nature and a sense of the sublime. [Tactile materials for color combo! circles 3]

Spiritual Danmala Flower Circles.

Scroll down to these mandala beauties. The work of Kathy Klein offers a glimpse of the eternal. She creates danmalas, in vedic sanskrit dān: the giver, mālā: garland of flowers;

Danmala Mandalas: Elegant, Intricate Circles Made From Nature by Kathy Klein via jeannie jeannie

Danmala Mandalas: Elegant, Intricate Circles Made From Nature by Kathy Klein via jeannie jeannie

What could we do with clippings of purple cabbage leaves, and marigolds and wattle flowers? We can make a mandala, of course! Danmala artwork by Kathy Klein.

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you can put on pedestals out doors here and there all the water ones you can use silk flowers too

“Whoever loves and understands a garden will find contentment within.” ~ Chinese Proverb We are all part of nature. But somewhere down the line due to our 'chosen' busy lives we lose that connection with nature. We drift apart forgetting that nature...

“Whoever loves and understands a garden will find contentment within.” ~ Chinese Proverb We are all part of nature. But somewhere down the line due to our 'chosen' busy lives we lose that connection with nature. We drift apart forgetting that nature.

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