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Created: 2003
Original mandala:
metallic pen, bindis
12in x 12in (30cm x 30cm)
 Available as:
laminated photo paper print
  Natural geometry  
SNOWFLAKES are some of nature’s smallest miracles – millions of mini mandalas, each one of exquisite but transient beauty, falling from the skies. Such profligate creative abundance – many lifetime’s work of mandala-making held within the palm of a child’s hand, glimpsed for just a few seconds before they melt away into formlessness again.


Here are snowflakes, falling into the black of oblivion, but also an evocation of other natural geometries – something of the peacock’s tail is here, something of the seedhead of a dandelion. So many mini miracles, drawn with a geometric precision we struggle to emulate with rulers, compasses and protractors.



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