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    Disco Mandala rev 2.1

    "Truth is never pure and rarely simple."
    ~Oscar Wilde

    8x8" watercolor paper, mandala in black PITT pen (XS),
    Sakura gellyrolls
    , brush PITT pens, Sharpie poster paint markers

    The mandala originally named "Sunflower" from earlier this week has officially morphed into the funkier Disco Mandala. And yes, you can re-Title Your Art because... it's your art. I usually don't change names unless it's a fairly new piece only because it creates confusion in my naming conventions.

    I've just started using the awesome STACKS feature in Apple Aperture, which allows you to basically make digital stacks of similar photos ad hoc. No folders, tags, necessary, just drag and drop. It helps me keep photos of work in progress together - i.e. the art journal background with the finished page. They usually look sooooo different and I often work on stuff weeks or months apart so this will make documentation easier. And I love documentation.

    This is today's work for the totally FUN Art Every Day Month, continuing the square mandala series. Lots of pages remaining in this 8x8" journal so more to come!

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    Reader Comments (4)

    This is so cool! To me it almost seems like it has an Indian influence from their head-dresses and
    and feathers and stuff!

    11.6.2009 | Unregistered CommenterEden

    this is wonderful! I love the lightness of it...

    11.6.2009 | Unregistered CommenterNatalya

    No matter the name . . . it's gorgeous work! Hugs, Terri xoxo

    I love the way you break the frame in this mandala and what looks like antennaes to me. This just may fly right off the page. I have pitt pens never used. I just may need to try them out this month, along with a few other things. Thanks for your inspiration.

    11.6.2009 | Unregistered CommenterSue

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