We are days away from the Summer Solstice and I was inspired to seek out sun inspired mandalas and art. This collection consists of a wide range of artistic styles and mediums including collage, mosaics, illustrations, paintings, even quilling!
Whether you are celebrating the brightest day of the year or yearning for more sun light, this collection of sun art is sure to light up your day.
Artist: Kathy Klein
Artist: Sherry Sanchez
doodles and pattern art
Artist: Jamie Locke
Artist: David Galchutt
Artist: Leah Marie Dorion
First Nation Artists
Want to see all 170 Sun Inspired Mandalas?
Check out this board on Pinterest featuring Sun inspired mandala art.
Share with us your mandala art over in the Sharing Circle, a private website for mandala enthusiasts.
I just found your youtube on mandalas and decided to check out the web site. I love the sun mandalas, especially the one by David Galchutt! I really like the mandalas that don’t look like mandalas….does that makes sense? :^)
It does make sense! I included a wide variety of styles as we each gravitate to different things and that can change too depending on where we are at in the moment. I’m glad you found something that speaks to you. I love David’s illustrations. Happy to introduce you by way of this post.
What a great day brightener!!! Thank you!
What a great way to start my day! And what beauty and cheer to accompany me. You are one thoughtful and giving Spirit.
Thank you Sharon! I smile every time I look at these sun mandalas. I’m glad that you are enjoying them too.
I live in brazil and i have just seen your mandala videos at you tube. Your work is gorgeous. Inspirational. I am a ceramist and I made some hamsas last week. Some are already burned and some are still waiting to be painted. I just came across with your hamsas and they have the mandalas inside. What an inspiration for me!. I love Your mandalas because they are “modern”, I mean they are not too heavy with details and awful colors. They are bright, they touch you when you look at them, mainly when I see you drawing or painting them. Let me finish my work and I will send you pictures. Thanks for showing your work (and yourself). You contagiate me with your talent and enthusiasm! Marilia Conforti, member of pinterest. Email: email@example.com
Hi Marilia! My husband is from Brazil and this June I met three wonderful women who live and work in Brazil teaching mandalas! I’m so happy that you are inspired by my mandala art and approach. I look forward to seeing your artwork. I love the hamsa! It’s a beautiful and powerful symbol of openness and protection.
I think this work is so Beautiful, an l enjoy looking at your art abstract. It is very soothing to me. An happy on the Brain an Eyes..