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In vedic sanskrit dān: the giver, mālā: garland of flowers: the giving of flower circles. By Kathy Klein

Flower Mandalas by Kathy Klein | Arizona-based artist Kathy Klein creates gorgeous flower circles which she calls “danmalas” and then leaves them where they were created as a gift to whoever discovers them. Danmalas in vedic Sanskrit means “the giver of flower garlands”. |

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Using hundreds of flower petals acquired from wildflowers and other plants, artist Kathy Klein creates temporary mandala designs that are left to be discovered by others. http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/02/new-flower-mandalas-by-kathy-klein/

pinecone mandala by kathy klein: http://glad.is/article/two-amazing-and-unique-mandala-artists-two-very-different-mediums/

How to draw mandalas and other spiritual art. Learn an art that feeds your spirit. #learn #mindbody #thelocalwheel

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Ode to nature: 15 intricate floral mandalas

Arizona artist Kathy Klein