Pyrography art for mandala making is the subject of today’s tutorial. This video was posted by Dr. Tarrin P. Lupo about the mandalas made by Kate from BurntBirch.etsy.com. She gives a step by step tutorial on how she makes mandalas on birch.
Here is what Dr. Lupo has to say about this video: “Watch Kate from BurntBirch.etsy.com wood burn a mandala design. She shares her expert tips in pyrography for burning sacred geometric patterns. If you enjoyed this video please like and share it. “
This is what Kate has to say about mandalas: “Mandala (Sanskrit Mandala, “circle”) is a spiritual and ritual symbol in Indian religions, representing the Universe. In various spiritual traditions, mandalas may be employed for focusing attention of practitioners and adepts, as a spiritual guidance tool, for establishing a sacred space, and as an aid to meditation and trance induction.”
Today’s tutorial by mandalanomadess is “Making Art with Nature, Acorn and Oak Leaf Mandala.” Here is what she has to say about this video:
“Today I ventured out not planning to make a mandala necessarily, but feeling the impulse to go “nature paint shopping” with the various temptations of fall leaves and acorns covering the oak forest landscape where I am presently located.”
Enjoy this example of using natural materials to create mandalas.
Making Art with Nature, Acorn and Oak Leaf Mandala by mandalanomadess
To learn more about these nature mandalas go to:
http://www.mandalanomadess.com – Mandala Nomadess is a “nomadic mandala maker” creating mandala art using natural objects found in nature as her art medium. This is meditation, playtime and art all rolled into one… traveling to the ocean, forests, deserts and rivers of California, making mandalas and loving planet earth one mandala at a time.