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Over the Rainbow

A couple nights ago, ‘The Wizard of Oz’ was on television. This childhood classic is one of my favorites to watch again and again. I never get tired of this epic adventure through a land of fantasy. Watching it again … Continue reading

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Hidden Away

Back in 2006, when I sat down to create this mandala, I asked myself the question: “why do I keep myself hidden away?” This is a key question for me. By nature, I am highly introverted. This does not mean … Continue reading

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In My Mind’s Eye

Not that I am counting, but it has been 4 weeks since my humble little home was broken into and things are slowly getting back to ‘normal’.  The intensity of the trauma on that day got locked into my body, … Continue reading

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To Cry or Not to Cry….

Last week I went through an extremely terrifying experience – my home was broken into while I was in my kitchen.  A man, who lives about 6 doors down from me, was trying to escape from the police.  He saw … Continue reading

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The Inner Child

When I first started creating this website, I was talking to my little niece about the Moonlight Mandalas name and showing her my moon paintings.  She immediately wanted to paint a moon mandala for the site.  She chose to follow … Continue reading

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Inspiration for Moonlight Mandalas

 Nearly 15 years ago, my view of art was blown wide open when I learned of the ancient art form known as the Mandala.  The word Mandala is from the ancient Sanskrit language and means circle.  In the summer of 1996, … Continue reading

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