"I saw that everything, all paths I had been following, all steps I had taken, were leading back to a single point — namely, to the mid-point. It became plain to me that the mandala is the centre."

Carl G Jung (1875-1961), Memories, Dreams and Recollections, 1962



You’re own mandala artwork or kaleidoscope can, of course, be comprised of anything you want – people, places, food, music, animals, buildings, colour, art, nature, film, fashion, sport, hobbies, holidays – the list is endless. Most clients will treat it as snapshot of favourite things in their lives. Others will take a much narrower perspective. The choice is yours.


So how does it work? It requires some input from you, but it should be an enjoyable task. We establish first of all the size and medium that you want, and the overall palette that you require. We ask for a long, long list, between 100 and 200 of your favourite things. We then source images of these items, selecting those we think will work best, perhaps because of their colour or shape.

We ask you to provide images of anything we cannot by definition source ourselves – that picture from your wedding day, or your grandfather’s pipe, say. Hard copies or high resolution (300dpi) digital files are best. We will then provide a digital booklet of all the images we have gathered together and ask you to approve it. Whilst you can of course veto or replace any images you want, we may not use every image in the booklet. Once the content is signed off, we then set about the painstaking task of digitally designing and building your personalised kaleidoscope.

Your artwork is titled and signed by the artists, and a specially hallmarked, 18k gold cow is hidden in it somewhere for you to find.

It normally takes between four and six weeks to complete the artwork, and it will be a further one or two weeks in production depending on the medium you choose.

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“Within the circle of a Perfect One there is an infinite community of light.”

Hafiz (1325-1389)