Land art mandala

My name is Tamas Kanya from Budapest, Hungary. I’ve been creating what you would call mandala compositions on the riverbank near my house in Budapest.

I thoroughly enjoy the creative process of gathering materials on my walk down to the river Danube. I only use naturally occurring seasonal items: plants, flowers, seeds, acorns, pinecones, shells, pebbles, leaves, etc. I pick up everything available in the immediate environment, where I create my pieces and always try to make something new, something unique.

This is a meditative, relaxing hobby in a beautiful environment, and it gives me the joy to spend time there.

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Michele Chapais
Michele Chapais

These are so lovely! You should publish a book. Really. I love how you use contrast to really make these “pop”. The variety is also amazing.

Dianne E Brooke
Dianne E Brooke

Oh my goodness, these are gorgeous! I agree with the other commenter that you should publish a book.

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