MORIAH M. MYLOD
The 3rd Annual Earth Mandala Calendars are available for Pre-Order!
2020 EARTH MANDALA CALENDAR
Ephemeral Art Created & Photographed by Moriah M. Mylod
Standard Size 8.5 in. X 11 in.
USA Price: $20.00 (Includes shipping & handling) Accept $ via venmo or paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ring in the New Year, 2020 with Earth Mandalas sourced by Nature’s palette and carefully handcrafted with honor & gratitude by Moriah M. Mylod. You will see playful patterns, tactful textures, range of hues and curiously patterned assemblages in various forms arranged within the Tri-State Region of U.S.A. Each one unique like each month~ 12 Earth Mandalas celebrate the Spirit of every month’s time radiating blessings, meditations and inner peace that speak to the impermanence of the natural world, the cosmos, the environment’s expression and of the ephemeral arts. May the enchanted beauty assembled in these Earth Mandalas bring the wonder to each month & Mother Nature into your space-- and may you detach them off your calendar when done to display them as Art for all the years to come!
Note: These earth mandala images were all created in each month of the 2019 year and intentionally not distributed in their fullness to the public in order to savor the essence & magic of each one. As they are now ready to be enjoyed and appreciated in their infancy. I hope you will be delighted!!!
Currently available for Earth Mandala Photography Exhibition & Artist Dialogue at your selected gallery &/or agency within the Tri-State Area.
To find out more information or to book your date/accommodation for The Earth Mandala Workshop &/or Exhibition at your agency/gallery or for private sessions with Moriah in 2019/2020 year, please contact her via email firstname.lastname@example.org and/or cell 908-283-0162
“The mandala (sacred circle) is an archetypal image whose occurrence is attested throughout the ages. It signifies the wholeness of the Self. This circular image represents the wholeness of the psychic ground or, to put it in mythic terms, the divinity incarnate in man. This is evidently an attempt at self-healing on the part of Nature, which does not spring from conscious reflection but from an instinctive impulse.”
–Carl Jung, Swiss Psychoanalyst/Artist