Mandala in color made from slices of a soap bubble. - Photographic Mandalas portfolio

Photographic Mandalas

Mandala is the Sanskrit word for circle, the basic shape that organizes all its many forms.  For thousands of years, across dozens of cultures, mandalas have guided meditation, promoted spiritual growth, recorded the passage of time, and symbolized the cosmos. Creating photographic mandalas has been an ongoing project of mine.

Portfolio of photographic mandalas

Here is a gallery of recent mandalas. In this gallery, Ihave included both full-color versions and black-and-white versions. Because they are round, the square aspect ration seems to be the most pleasing. I hope you like them!

How I make mandalas

In these mandalas, flower-like patterns emerge from simple forms repeated radially around a common center. These simple forms include wisps of smoke, edges of soap bubbles, swirls of food color in milk, strands of LED lights, and various natural objects. Then, I photograph the forms separately, combine then, and replicate them in Photoshop.

Purchasing our photos

You can purchase a license or print of almost all our photographs, including these. Just contact us using the form to the right and we will do our best to meet your needs. Here is more information about the costs involved with our fine art prints,

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