Firewalk Mandala, Abstract Spiritual Quest Mugs

I hope you enjoy this Mandala – they have been lots of fun to make!  This Firewalk Mandala creates a sense of journeying from one circle to the next.  I hope on the days I feel like I am going in circles that I am making progress!

Firewalk Mandala, Abstract Spiritual Quest Mugs
Firewalk Mandala, Abstract Spiritual Quest Mugs

Red, orange, amber, crimson, maroon create a pattern for Firewalking around and between the circles with great beauty. The flames are dancing to invite one to enter into this spiritual quest.

Artist: Diane Clancy; Title: Firewalk Mandala; Medium: Digital
Firewalk Mandala has delicate amber, bittersweet, scarlet and magohany repeated designs, swirls and twirls all dancing together that may draw you into its depth. The flame, rust and auburn interplay and mix with pumpkin, red and wine. Layers of the circle interweave together. This is to inspire, delight and uplift you! You may experience peace, serenity and healing as you look at my work. Firewalk Mandala is part of my Mandalas series. Bring this oasis into your home for yourself and to share with others. This delightful vision can be yours – whether next to your computer, on a mug, as a shirt, tie, plate, tote, tiles, stamps or computer mouse or on your living room wall.

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About Diane Clancy

Diane Clancy creates vibrant paintings that feature color and vision to inspire and uplift people. Says Diane, “I feel that I am very blessed to have this opportunity to express myself through painting. I love that people say my artwork enhances their lives.”
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