Saturday, April 12, 2008


glow mandalaGlow Mandala -(Meditation Card series) -© Sue O'Kieffe 2008

Both Connie Rose and John Mora passed along this wonderful Gratitude with Attitude blog award to me. I am humbled by this recognition from my friends gratitude with attitudeand artist peers.

Thalia at Audacia Muliebris has created three mandala templates inspired from the original work of Komra Moriko. For this I am grateful, and it is my pleasure to pass on this blog award for the time she took in developing these new configurations. I used one of Thalia's templates for today's mandala, which is the second of my meditation cards. Im not sure about the choice of meditation words...glow? radiate? shine? ...

Anne Christine Dennison commented about my use of black for the background of these cards. I like to use darker colors for my backgrounds to demonstrate light piercing the darkness. I love Anne's mandalas. Be sure to visit if you haven't already. Her work is bright and enchanting.

I am grateful to all of you who come by to read my blog and take the time to comment. Consider yourselves bestowed as well.

Have a glorious weekend.

Sue O'Kieffe
Sacred Circle Mandalas


Susan Elkin said...

Hi Sue,

At this moment I don't know the name of the flowers but I'll find out from the man who owns the gorgeous flower stand. I'm delighted the image peaked your taste buds. Thank you.

~~ Susan ELkin

Thalia said...

Thanks for the award! That's very sweet. And you're welcome. Glad you like them!

John said...

Strong and positive - the card sereies as a postive strength that is seductive. Good good good job.

I understamd your thoughts about the darker background.

My best.

The Artful Eye said...

Sue, lovely. I like the dark background it is very supportive of your work. Congratulations on your award, well deserved. You are kind.

Hope you're enjoying your camera!

Lovely weekend, back at ya.

Sweet Irene said...

Wow, what a mandala and I like the dark background, so please keep it. It does make your mandalas shine light beacons in the night.