This hand drawn mandala is on 11 x 17 inch mixed media paper and is unframed. No prints have been made of this Mandala so it is truly one of a kind. Free shipping within the United States. Asking price is $179. This Mandala took me about 18 to 20 hours to complete. Please email me at JenniferRiazCreations@gmail.com for serious inquiries only please.
I hand drew this Mandala on 11 x 17 inch paper and used Micron And Faber Castell Pens. It is unframed and available for purchase at $89.99. Serious inquires only via email: jenniferRiazCreations@gmail.com.
Put RED MANDALA in the subject line please. This is a one of a kind work or art. No copies or prints or photographs have been made of this art.
I used Gelatos and pens by Faber Castell for doing the background and coloring in some of the stencils. I love their products. Liquitex Acrylic paint and mediums, Micron Pens, Prismacolor colored pencils, Gellyroll pens, Faber Castell Gelatos and pens, Windsor &Newton and Jane Davenport Watercolors are must-haves in my art supplies. I also like Jim Holtz and Dylusions products.
This entry is from July 21, 2018 I think. The day after I saw the orthopedic surgeon and learned that I HAVE to lose 40 pounds before they can operate and give me 2 new hips. Time for some major lifestyle changes!!! I’ve been exercising on my recumbent bicycle every morning as soon as I wake up and have found that it’s already helping with my stiffness and pain. Soon, I’ll add swimming into the mix. I ordered a cute bathing suit online.
I never get tired of taking pictures of the beaches in Florida but Fort Lauderdale is especially close to my heart since this is my hometown.
Another shot from John Easterlin Park in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 2013.
Here’s another shot I took back in 2013 at John Easterlin Park in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Click on the link to learn more about the park or book a campsite. Definitely check it out next time you’re in the Fort Lauderdale area. Maybe you’ll get lucky and see one of the gorgeous peacocks that the park is known for. Easterlin Park
Several years ago, in 2013, I treated myself and bought an awesome, high-quality camera, a Sony Cybershot. I still use it to this day and highly recommend it. The very first time I used it, I went to John Easterlin Park in Fort Lauderdale near my Grandmother’s house. That park is lovely and has many childhood memories for me. My Mother used to go there as a child also. The park is known for its population of stunning peacock’s but, sadly, I didn’t spot any when I went there to take some pictures. This one white duck in particular caught my interest and I think it was reciprocated! The featured image is one of him looking at me while I photographed him. He sure is one beautiful animal and I will be posting some more pictures of him. Next time you’re in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, check out John Easterlin Park which is a little hidden gem in South Florida. They have a small campground area also. Here’s a link to the park’s website: Easterlin Park