Some Jamaica mandala vibes to celebrate the beautiful summer weather we have been having! Additionally I love to share my fractal art to brighten your day. There is so much stress in our world that it is nice to take a break and enjoy some art.
Also I hope you have an awesome day and spread the summer vibe. Comments are welcome and always appreciated. 🙂
I have been creating mandalas and fractal art on line since 2009! Please share with your friends and have an awesome week. Also please support your favorite artists and musicians. We can not survive without your love and support. We create for you!
Fractal art representing Sengen-Sama – the Japanese Shinto Goddess of Mt. Fujiyama. Climb the sacred mountain and attain inner guidance and perspective on your life. As the flower buds mature try to find growth and maturity in your own life. Spiritually we grow as we navigate the mountain paths. Twisting and turning, we slowly gain elevation to the temple Goddess. In essence, together we greet the rising sun on this sacred mountain knowing that each day we are grateful to begin again. Many lessons are learned on this sacred mountain journey. These lessons continue through our lives so that we may teach others.
In summary, please support the arts in your community to inspire others to goddess greatness!
Please check out my new release Ecotones Organic Techno! It has inspired me to create this new blog “Ecotones”. “Ecotones” are present everywhere and all you have to do is listen to nature and embrace the zen and chill out vibes. You’ll feel better for it.
I am looking forward to developing this blog into a new music , fractal art and nature photography sensation. At least it is a fantastic outlet for my creativity.
Hiking in the woods around Parksville, British Columbia reveals many lovely Turkey tail “shrooms”. These layered mushrooms were growing on a decaying log just off of a forest nature trail. I must admit that these mushrooms were definitely some of the most interesting fungi I have seen in awhile.
All the color and textures contribute to a beautiful Turkey tail mandala. As you can see the colors and textures worked out perfectly for this fractal. Deep forest love would you believe!
Happy Mandala Monday and thanks for checking out my blog. Please share with your friends as well!