Breathtaking Flower Mandalas by Kathy Klein

Kathy Klein, an Arizona based photographer and spiritual artist, uses flower petals to created these perfectly symmetric mandalas. But what is a mandala? A mandala is a geometric figure representing the universe in Hindu and Buddhist symbolism. She named the project Danmalas, which means giver of garland of flowers in sanskrit. The story being the name is that after Kathy has arranged and captured these colorful mandalas, she leaves them behind as a gift for whoever finds them. I sure would have a huge smile on my face if I just randomly found one, wouldn’t you?

4-up-2These Mandalas (or danmalas) can be pretty big in size and feature stunning sacred geometry, hence the powerful  and eye catching visuals. I hope you guys enjoy her work as much as I do. To check out more about her spiritual art, click here.danmala436-aleppo-pine-rosemary-olive-chaste-tree
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