Mandala Dotting – Online Education with Bundle Options
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The literal meaning of the word Mandala is “circle”. Mandalas have been used since ancient times to depict a period of creativity and of powerful existence. They have been used to depict a deeper connection with the self and the universe around us. Throughout history, many great artists have used a from of the ‘dotting’ method in their works. This will be discussed in the course.
With Glass eMotions “Mandala Dotting” workshop, you may experience that connection to self, experience a deeply relaxing and meditative art technique and even lose yourself in your own creativity while producing beautiful, and unexpectedly intricate, creative designs.
In our 1.5 hour video tutorial, offered exclusively by Glass eMotions, you will learn how to apply this historical “dotting” technique to create a one-of-a-kind Mandala glass art piece, and you will be able to apply this new skill to future glass creations of all kinds.
Come join us and learn a relaxing and meditative art form that produces amazingly beautiful results that you, and others, will treasure for a lifetime! One of the many great points about this workshop is that it does not require you to have any previous painting or glass experience!
How it works
- Click Add to Cart button.
- Click View Cart and continue to checkout from there.
- Check your email. Within 10 minutes you will receive an email with the subject: Welcome to to Mandala Dots with Crystal Loke
- Click the Start The Course button in the email. This will bring you directly to the first page of the Online Video Course.
Crystal Loke Artist Bio
Glass Fusing found me quite by accident. In December 2013, at a crossroad in my life, I felt a desire to add creativity to my more technical abilities. I have always dabbled in the arts – photography, painting, etc and I loved the technical aspects of those mediums. I chose to open myself up to the possibilities of Glass fusion and I couldn’t be happier.
It has become a passion that allows me to intentionally combine the creative and technical aspects to fulfill a vision. Every day life, nature, science, photography and the world around me act as my inspiration. When I start a new project, sometimes it is how the light hits the glass or the colour of the glass that fascinates me and provides the inspiration. The possibilities are endless….