Thursday, February 23, 2012

Da Vinci Mandala Project

For the last two weeks, I've been volunteering my time to help a class at da Vinci Arts Middle School make mandala records for their upcoming auction

I always kind of hoped they might want my help with something like this while my son was a student there - although that never happened, I was happy to be asked and I've really enjoyed working with the kids and seeing their beautiful mandala creations. 

Here are some photos of their works in progress.  Once they are complete, some of them may be made into clocks, and some of them may be framed in groups of four, and some of them might be made into a room divider like mine


Anonymous said...

Christine, your artwork is very inspiring and ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL! I am a college student at Pacific University in Forest Grove not too far from Portland. I really like your art and was wondering... if you copy your drawings to a digital format and print them on a decal that is applied to recycled materials (i.e. suncatchers - which I'm very interested in and probably will end up buying one) is there any way you could sell me a decal? I didn't notice any stickers or decals on your etsy page. I'd really want a decal of an 8" diameter mandala. My favorites are the Rasta, the Rainbow, and the Happy Vortex. I'd love to slap one of these on the bottom of my longboard deck that I'll soon be getting! Of course, I could try and do my own artwork too... but I really like yours ;)

- Seba

EyePopArt said...

Hi Seba, thanks for your comment! I can certainly hook you up with an 8" mandala decal. Please send me an email (eyepopart at yahoo dot com) or contact me through my shop at and we'll make this happen! Thanks!

Chris said...

Hi Christine, just stopping by to say how delightful your blog is. Thanks so much for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris