Sunday, September 23, 2007


we are all connectedWe Are All Connected - (Healing in Circles series) - © Sue O'Kieffe 2007

I suspect Diane Clancy has some good skills in persuasion. The enthusiasm with her post on ClusterMaps won me over; you will see I have now added a map to my blog as well. It will be fun to see exactly how we are all connected. Im glad I have an atlas next to my computer, too!

Where are you from?
On another note, the months of wondering, questioning, researching and final decision making regarding my line of mandala greeting cards is about to go to the next level. I will begin taking them to stores this week. If you have never seen my cards, you can view them in my gallery here

Interested in purchase? Email me here for details.
P.S. I will be back next Sunday with another Photoshop tutorial. Life, as it does at times, won over my best laid plans this week.


lebanesa said...

Looks like fragile intricate filigree lacework.

dianeclancy said...

Hi Sue,

Thanks for mentioning my post!

I love love this mandala!! So beautiful!

Congrats on your map!

I am from the north eastern part of the US - to answer your question ...

I am eager to hear more about your greeting cards!

~ Diane Clancy

Bev said...

I notice that Bobbie has made a mandala for Hala. I think that they would make excellent greetings cards, especially get well cards, as they have a spiritual feeling to them. This one looks like a complex ice crystal or a spider's web glistening with dew. These are natural objects but highly ordered and complex patterns which makes them so magical and mysterious.

I'm from Hull, England, by the way!

lebanesa said...

I'm from Ilfracombe England

Artists With Artitude said...

I love this speaks volumes to me.We are really all connected across rivers, bridges, and clouds..I LOVE IT!!!

Irene said...

Oh, how wonderful. I wasn't expecting a new mandala today, but hoping for one anyway. My wish came true. It's so beautiful!

I am from the most southern part of the Netherlands, by the way, you should see that dot grow a little every day.

Bobbie said...

This is the best one yet! I love this, almost like being inside a doily. And the light coming from it is amazing.

I wish you the best on your greeting card line and was wondering how a person could buy one of your images.

p.s. I am from Gilmer, Texas, USA

Deb Kirkeeide said...

This is stunning, Sue. I've been reading Native American creation stories and it reminds me of stories of Spider Woman or Grandmother Spider. I love this.