Wabi-Sabi Mandala

Wabi-Sabi Mandala was constructed—mostly—using the blossoms from Flowers from our Pandemic Garden, with the addition of some time passing. “Wabi-sabi” is the rendition of a Japanese concept (侘寂) indicating the beauty of imperfection, impermanence, time passing, and decay—particularly in the context of nature.

I have been thinking about creating an online course in visual mandala construction. This class would be small, and meet over a period of time with analysis, exercises and assignments, discussions, and critiques. All details are still TBD, but if this might interest you (no obligation of course) please drop us a line. In the meantime, current webinar listings can be found here.

Wabi-Sabi Mandala © Harold Davis

Wabi-Sabi Mandala © Harold Davis

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