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  • Crystals,
  • Herbs,
  • Tolkien,
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  • etc.

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Now this is one I did a long time ago using inks and watercolours.
I’m not a huge fan of quotes, but this one instantly conjured up this image in my head when I heard it. What do you think, should I do more quotes like this?

I originally created this as a plaque using pyrography, but couldn’t resist the urge to paint it too!
~Kaz x

Now this is one I did a long time ago using inks and watercolours.

I’m not a huge fan of quotes, but this one instantly conjured up this image in my head when I heard it. What do you think, should I do more quotes like this?

I originally created this as a plaque using pyrography, but couldn’t resist the urge to paint it too!

~Kaz x

I really enjoyed making this green man mandala and can’t wait to colour it!The Green Man is a popular symbol for nature and nature’s cycle and there are types of the Green man in many different cultures, but is almost always the face of a man, surrounded by leaves and branches.Read more about the Green Man here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_ManFaces aren’t my strong point when drawing, but I was pleased with this one Also don’t forget there’s still time to enter my giveway for a signed print on my fb page: https://www.facebook.com/karencreftorHope you’re having a great weekend~Kaz x

I really enjoyed making this green man mandala and can’t wait to colour it!

The Green Man is a popular symbol for nature and nature’s cycle and there are types of the Green man in many different cultures, but is almost always the face of a man, surrounded by leaves and branches.

Read more about the Green Man here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Man

Faces aren’t my strong point when drawing, but I was pleased with this one 

Also don’t forget there’s still time to enter my giveway for a signed print on my fb page: https://www.facebook.com/karencreftor
Hope you’re having a great weekend
~Kaz x

Hola! A new mandala with a pagany feel today. I don’t label myself as a Pagan personally (it’s a very general term for a start as there are so many types!), but I do identify with many of the Pagan beliefs such as the respect and love of nature, the equality and power of women and that we should ‘Harm None’. I’m also kinda obsessed with symbology in all forms and adore the goddess symbol…hence this mandala!I kept this one fairly simple this time as I think the goddesses speak for themselves and can already see it with colour in my mind.The first known goddess form is known as the Woman of Willendorf- a full figured statue thought to date back to 28,000 and 25,000 BCE! She is named after the area in Austria where she was discovered in 1908 and is carved from a type of limestone not found in the area so has done some travelling. Read more about the statue here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venus_of_Willendorf

Hola! A new mandala with a pagany feel today. I don’t label myself as a Pagan personally (it’s a very general term for a start as there are so many types!), but I do identify with many of the Pagan beliefs such as the respect and love of nature, the equality and power of women and that we should ‘Harm None’. I’m also kinda obsessed with symbology in all forms and adore the goddess symbol…hence this mandala!

I kept this one fairly simple this time as I think the goddesses speak for themselves and can already see it with colour in my mind.

The first known goddess form is known as the Woman of Willendorf- a full figured statue thought to date back to 28,000 and 25,000 BCE! She is named after the area in Austria where she was discovered in 1908 and is carved from a type of limestone not found in the area so has done some travelling. 

Read more about the statue here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venus_of_Willendorf