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I starting making Ojos de Dios in my hippie days, back in the late 60's, after seeing Ojos sent as part of an exhibit sent by the Dalai Lama of Tibet. These ojos from Tibet were almost exactly the same as ojos I'd seen earlier made by Hucholes in Mexico. Since then I've evolved my own work to 12-sided designs that I believe encompass patterns of many beliefs around the world. For more information, please read my blog, www.mandalas.me

  • Born on April 30
  • Joined November 14, 2009

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wool yarns, wood dowels, acrylic yarns, metallic yarns

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I starting making Ojos de Dios in my hippie days, back in the late 60's, after seeing Ojos sent as part of an exhibit sent by the Dalai Lama of Tibet. These ojos from Tibet were almost exactly the same as ojos I'd seen earlier made by Hucholes in Mexico. Since then I've evolved my own work to 12-sided designs that I believe encompass patterns of many beliefs around the world. For more information, please read my blog, www.mandalas.me

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