1 Apr 2020

Relaxing with Mandala Art

Mandala drawings a hobby that is worth trying out, especially if you are at home and can't go out.
Given the current situation, this type of art could be the best way of passing the time and relaxing.  I have created some designs in the past myself. Whilst drawing, you don't think about it; it's only when finished, that you realise how totally immersive and relaxing the entire process really is.  Self taught Omani Artist Fayiza Shakir, provides the inspirations in this post, for any newcomers to this style or avid fans.  If you are stuck indoors learn a new skill, have a look at YouTube, Pinterest and dare I say it. DesignStack.  Find something that really interests you and have a go.  Don't have the right art materials?  Improvise with what you have at hand, or find a digital alternative.  Plenty of free software on the internet there to try out.  Involve your friends, families and keep contact with a shared interest and new found love for art.  If your body has to be confined, don't punish your mind by doing likewise.  Treat it to something fun and entertaining.

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