Circular forms in art are often referred to as mandalas, the Sanskrit word for "sacred circle." For thousands of years the creation of circular, often geometric designs has been part of spiritual practices around the world and almost every culture has rev
a different watercolor technique on each section of landscape (cut from watercolor paper). The sky was done with salt sprinkled over a wash. Some other techniques we used were sponging wet on wet, alcohol drops, splattering and stamping wet on dry.
This floral pattern is very popular in the Middle East/ Central Asia. It was developed in the medieval times of the and centuries. The patterns are taken from nature and would make a great item for decorating your wall.