Category Archives: Henna
The exact translation of this mudra is half-flag. I am not sure that this is the same as flying a flag at half-mast to allow “the invisible flag of death” to fly at the top of the mast, but the … Continue reading
So happy to share my henna art with my classmates at the Kanyakumari school of Ayurveda this last weekend.
The literal translation of this mudra is three parts of a flag. As I reflect on this I am reminded of many things with three parts; a story or sonata, an atom, our government, the brain. My favorite uses of … Continue reading
So I am super happy and having fun making small fresh batches of henna for the Madison Eastside Farmers Market and other wonderful events where I am able to share my henna designs and art. Making henna can be a … Continue reading
I am starting a wonderful new adventure inspired by my favorite online henna artist Maple Mehndi. I will be promoting and sharing my henna and henna art work at the Madison Eastside Farmers market every Tuesday from 4-7pm. This wonderful … Continue reading
On this beautiful and chilly white winter’s night I was invited for crafts at my sweet sister Phoebe’s home. A delicious warm red stew of tortilla soup, garnished with avocado, homemade tortilla strips, and roast chicken was shared by Adam … Continue reading
Super excited to announce that I have opened my shop karmicflower on Etsy. I posted photographs and descriptions of my first collection of handmade ceramics. Here is some more information if you are interested! https://www.etsy.com/shop/karmicflower Collection: Berry and Bird Egg … Continue reading