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Mandala Acrylic Print featuring the digital art Mandala Meditation I by Margaret Denny

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Mandala Meditation I Acrylic Print

Margaret Denny

by Margaret Denny

$79.00

Product Details

Mandala Meditation I acrylic print by Margaret Denny.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

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Recently I have found coloring mandalas to be a very calming and meditative practice. I have... more

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Acrylic Print Tags

acrylic prints mandala meditation sacred geometry color rainbow spirituality emotion motion movement gaia

Digital Art Tags

digital art mandala meditation sacred geometry color rainbow spirituality emotion motion movement gaia

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Displaying: 0 - 0 of 0 mandalas artwork for saleRecently I have found coloring mandalas to be a very calming and meditative practice. I have used the exercises to experiment with color and symmetry, and make every attempt at being mindful and prayerful while coloring.

About Margaret Denny

Margaret Denny

I am convinced that once we have experienced something new, we soon stop seeing it. It's as if, in the rush of everyday living, when we see the familiar, our brains label it, and dismiss it as 'that which is already known'. I have my camera to thank for teaching me just how few details I actually observe in everyday life. For instance, many times I have transferred pictures from my camera to the computer, anticipating and hoping for something remarkable. Yet what I often found amazing was the number of tiny details that had totally escaped my notice. For instance, I am just now learning to notice sunlight reflecting off the tiniest of spider webs prior to taking the picture. The world of light and color has drawn me steadily...

 

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