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Kathy Klein Danmalas, Framed Print 178 2

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Kathy Klein Danmalas, Framed Print 178 2
Kathy Klein Danmalas, Framed Print 178 2
Kathy Klein Danmalas, Framed Print 178 2

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Artist:
Kathy Klein
Materials:
print on 300 gsm fine art paper
Frame details:
wood/2" white mat/Plexiglas
Available sizes:
21" x 21"
31" x 31"
Frame finish:
white

Why We Love This

A beautiful 'danmala' work composed of Chinese flowering maple and pansies from Sedona, Arizona. This is a print of the original work, which was made with the natural materials. The print is set off on a white mat in a white wood frame.

About the Brand

To create her works of art, Kathy Klein follows a spiritual path. She begins with meditation and then, in that quiet state, gathers flowers and natural objects. Responding to spiritual guidance, she sets the objects into patterns -- often radial designs that emanate a feeling of peace. She uses the word ‘danmala’ to describe her work; danmala is a combination of the Sanskrit words for ‘the giver’ and ‘garland of flowers.’ Klein lives and works in Arizona.To create her works of art, Kathy Klein follows a spiritual path. She begins with meditation and then, in that quiet state, gathers flowers and natural objects. Responding to spiritual guidance, she sets the objects into patterns -- often radial designs that emanate a feeling of peace. She uses the word ‘danmala’ to describe her work; danmala is a combination of the Sanskrit words for ‘the giver’ and ‘garland of flowers.’ Klein lives and works in Arizona.