This Mandala series has been a really interesting one for all of us. We each approached these designs differently. They were all created using my phone.


This is the latest mandala I made and it is in honour of June's Pride month. For our family, June is full of things to celebrate; Youngest Sonshine's birthday (there's a discount on his whole collection this month!), Sonshine Art Daddy's birthday, my parents' anniversary, my bestie's birthday and of course PRIDE! I have some wonderful people in my life who define themselves as Queer and I am thrilled every June to be able to celebrate them and all the brilliance of the Queer community. Rainbows also symbolise neurodiversity - as per the rainbow infinity symbol icon.


When it comes to April and 'Autism Awareness' I tend to get a bit uneasy as so many still (often innocently) post using 'Light It Up Blue' or the dreaded puzzle piece, both of which are loathed by the Autistic community.


So rainbows are where it's at! Rainbows signify diversity in all it's kinds and the fact it takes all type to make a beautiful, vibrant world. 


I created one quarter of a circle then copied that wedge to create the circle you see here. 


I love these!

I'm thinking I will probably get some cushions made up... What do you think? Should I offer cushions as an option in this shop? Send me a message and let me know!


I certainly find circles very soothing.

Do you?


It is my hope that you feel something when you see all our art, and with these inparticular I hope they help you feel energised, focussed, calm, soothed, reflective, meditative. 

Rainbow Light Mandala