Join Morgan Mandala in discovering methods to merge aspects of spirit and matter within our art.

In this course we will cultivate skills to dive into your intuition, and learn to break down physical form into pigment.

Human beings have the extraordinary ability to exercise both analytical and visionary parts of the brain through creation.

We will study the history of spirituality within art, and practice methods to induce the intuitive, imaginative side of your creativity


We will also cultivate your observational skills to recreate physical matter through paint, studying landscape and form.

By combining these two aspects within your work,

you will learn to imbue representational art

with the spirit that is

uniquely you.




  • 2-3 small / medium canvases (8x10" to 16x24")

  • acrylic paint

  • variety of brushes

  • glazing medium

  • white chalk

  • protractor

  • sketchbook

  • preferred pen or pencil


"I paint to visually explore our connection to the world, each other, and our inner selves living the conscious human experience. Mandalas are graphic representations of the universe - the multiplicity, and the singularity; the macrocosm, and microcosm. I re-interpret and merge objects and symbols in my paintings to narrate facets of humanity and spirituality.  I aim to visually create metaphors for our seamless connection to the world, and open up a wider understanding (or questioning) of what we see and how we perceive. "   


- Morgan Mandala



Morgan Mandala

Morgan Mandala is a contemporary artist residing in the mountains of Boulder, Colorado, USA. Morgan is recognized for live performance painting, circular canvases, and naturalistic imagery combined with geometric and symbolic forms. A call to performance painting has led her around the globe creating art, as well as teaching, collaborating, and learning along the way.