my white room

i never saw a moor—
i never saw the sea—
yet know i how the heather looks
and what a billow be.



another beautiful drawing challenge 
from nadine - mandala theme

as soon as i heard this word 
jung's golden flower from my
university's textbook came to
my mind, 

but here are all the favorite things
from my working table - cotton
thread and japanese dimples glass
beads, more chaplets to hold as 
well as ball of ropes, soft and 
rought at the same time

thank you, n

gave a little rain wash
to my lunaria leaves


  1. Olga your mandala is so delicate and I can smell it somehow, through the computer screen. It smells of twine. Maybe it's the balls of rope that got my brain going on that theme. This is a beautiful image and thank you for it. I feel like I need to go for a walk and find something natural that is round. Hugs, Norma, x

  2. Lunaria... heart-shaped
    so beautiful and gentle with pearls...
    dear Olga
    so as your mandala is.
    I like the 'blueberries', yummy like a topping on a cake. A bridecake.


  3. to come and peek here at your soft mandala, with jung influences... ha, it 's a good morning find, sipping my blackest of coffee, surrounded by the purest of whites...

    thank you for playing, olga.
    ps - the raindrops look like mini natural mandalas, filled with light! :)))

  4. you're lunaria looks so happy

    and blue and white is a combination that never stops to intrigue me, your white is soft like snow and the blue very deep like a universe, x

  5. so lovely and delicate!


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