My Mandala Classes have changed for 2016

Learn to create mandalas full of pattern, depth and meaning.

The Mixed Media Mandala online class has been re-designed as 3 new classes. A deeper dive into mandala making and more affordable for you! All classes are now self-paced and lifetime access. Click images below to view each class outline. There is also a bundled price if you would like to dive deep into a mandala practice and explore mixed media.

We will explore the sacred circle in many forms including doodling, structured mandalas, journaling, paint, collage. molded and sacred symbol mark making.

We will look for inspiration in planetary patterns, sacred geometry, cymatics and nature to journal and explore what the mandala means to us personally. I dive deeply into all of these areas and you will see the world so differently after taking these classes!

At the end of the classes, not only will you be full of inspiration, you will have a beautiful journal full of studies, sketches and awakening imagery AND many finished unique mixed media pieces of art to hang on your own wall.

A few of the gorgeous student images created during class. For more, click here studentgallerymatrix

Lovely Testimonials

Brilliantly written, unbelievably thorough material. Well paced, anyone can work at their level and speed.

Katie Flowers

Wild at Art Studio

It has made me see mandala designs all around me. I now carry my camera everywhere to capture pictures of the ones I can use to develop.

Barbara Crompton

A Stitching Life

Thank you so much again for the awesome course, I felt liberated and inspired and it meet my need to remember that I am more than ‘Mama’, and reignited my creative flame that so nourishes me.

Natalie Stokell

I loved watching the videos of your process — it made the creating feel much closer and more accessible. I also loved seeing what others created — the participants were all so creative and opened even more doors of possibility. Lisa DeYoung

Being guided by Louise- I was ready to really embrace creative freedom upon signing on with Louise… I immediately felt so safe and nurtured to create whatever wanted to come out in the beauty of the circle. Christine Pateros

Christine's Website

I loved watching the videos of your process — it made the creating feel much closer and more accessible. I also loved seeing what others created — the participants were all so creative and opened even more doors of possibility. Lisa DeYoung

Your videos are so easy to follow and you have given me the courage to find my own style and let self-judgement melt away. Thank you for introducing me to the wonders of sacred geometry….fascinating stuff! I highly recommend your course to anyone who thinks they are not an artist. Many blessing and gratitude for being a wonderful teacher.

Sande Irwin

I just want to thank you for an incredible class. I learned so much and am having so much fun creating Mandalas. thank you for an incredible class!!!!!

Rosalina

I loved all of it. And I enjoyed the way it was taught (thank you, Louise) starting with loose, free drawing and moving into mandalas of different materials – natural materials, paper, and of course I will add fabric and stitch to that. I now see mandalas everywhere.

Barbara Crompton

A Stitching Life

The class unlocks the magic of these sacred circles in such a fun and accessible way. Lisa DeYoung

I must say that you truly have such a soft way of teaching, that allows one to enter your beautiful space, world and home and feel as though you are right there with you.  You share so much of your techniques with others, thank you.  I am a better artist today because you have shared so much with me!

Donna Wynn

Gentle Threads

I knew from taking one of Louise’s other classes that we would look into various techniques, which is something I really wanted to explore. Also, the community and Louise’s energy make the class a really fun and welcoming environment.

Natasha Devaud

The Lazy Giraffe Blog

Doing this course gave me the impetus to move out of my sketchbook and onto a “public” surface !!! So now my Mandalas are hung on my wall instead of just occupying pages.

Katie Flowers

Wild at Art Studio

If you love mandalas and meditative art forms, you will love this class and you will get limitless inspirational ideas for mandalas for years to come.

Sigrun Sigurdardottir

I loved how Louise had an air of permission about her, she worked quickly, not worrying about keeping in the lines or it being perfect, which was so freeing for me, and really allowed or invited me to be loose and relaxed rather than focusing on it ‘looking good’ or ‘getting it right’.

Natalie Stokell

The class taught me to be a lot more free and confident about my creative abilities.

Natasha Devaud

The Lazy Giraffe Blog

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn the mandala process, to step out of your creative safe zone and learn something new.  I have learned so much from Louise and added to my already full mandala repertoire.  She is an amazing guide on your personal mandala journey … A MUST TO EXPERIENCE!

Donna Wynn

Gentle Threads

Louise’s techniques, gifts and skills coupled with her flowing knowledge provides incredibly high vibrational opportunity to learn and ultimately to create freely! Christine Pateros

Christine's Website

Do I need to spend lots of money on supplies and buy all the supplies in the list?
Not at all. I will send you a materials list and outline on what I would see as essentials and also offer some suggestion on other materials you can use instead.
How does it all work?
Once you register and pay, I will be in touch within 48 hours with the class access details. The classroom is an online password protected space where you will find the lessons, videos and other information as you work through the class. There is also a private facebook group where you can ask me questions, share your work and offer support /inspiration as everyone works through.
What if I cant keep up? and how long do I have access to the classroom?
My courses are designed for all of us juggling busy lives, jobs and multiple projects. Each lesson is broken down in such a way that you can take a look at the basics in as little as 10 minutes to start the inspiration process and then watch the videos when you have more time to then spend creating. You will have lifetime access to the classroom and can work through at your own pace.
I am on a different time zone to you, can I still join in?
Of course! As this class is self-paced, you can log in at any time that is convenient to you. Many of my classes have lovely participants from around the world joining in.
What if I have taken one of your other classes, are the techniques and videos the same?
All the content and videos are brand new so if you have taken one of my other classes, this will be a whole new experience.
Do I need to be in class or online at a specific time?
Not at all. I will be posting each lesson Monday-Friday during the 4 weeks at approximately 9am GMT. Once that lesson is posted, you can log in and work through at your own pace. It is okay to miss a few lessons as they will be there when you log back into class.
Do I need to be an artist?
I would say we are all creative of course so even if you do not think of yourself as ‘an artist’ just yet. :-) The class is for everyone at every level. I will be taking you through each lesson step by step, so even if you have not painted or drawn before or do not think you are creative! I will break each step down so you can follow through with confidence and fun!
I have drawn and created mandalas before, so what is different about your class?
“Mixed Media Mandalas” is a unique series of classes that I have created from my own love and experience of working with these beautiful creations. I researched what was already out there and these are the first classes that cover various types of inspiration such as nature, sacred geometry and universal energy shapes. If you already know how to draw a mandala, these classes will inspire you and open you up to some new ways to create, stretch and explore through lots of different mixed media too. I also take you through my own process for creating so you can take those techniques and apply to your own style.
Can I share what I am doing in class?
We will have a private community facebook group so you can share your work and progress. If you would also like to blog about your experience in class, that is also wonderful, but please do not copy or paste anything from the classroom or share the specific exercises. If you do blog or share anything on social media, please do link back to http://louisegale.com and you can also use the hashtag #mixedmediamandalas
Once you register and pay, Louise will be in touch with more information. The class is held in a password protected online classroom.
What are the Registration terms?

TERMS: When you sign up for the mixed media mandala class, I will be in touch within 48 hours with class access information. The classroom is self-paced and has lifetime access. The Facebook community remains open indefinitely also. I am afraid I do not offer refunds, Thanks so much and if you have any questions, please do get in contact here. Excited to create with you! Louise xx

Student Interviews

Mandala Class Student Interview: Ineke Jansma

I am so pleased to share a little showcase with Ineke Jansma from the Netherlands who joined one of my Mixed Media Mandala classes. What kind of mandalas have you explored before? Not so much. I like mandala’s and have a lot of mandala-books. Sometimes I have tried to... read more

Mandala Class Student Interview: Rosalina Bojadschijew

Today, I am so pleased to share a little showcase with Rosalina Bojadschijew who joined one of my Mixed Media Mandala classes. *** What kind of mandalas have you explored before? Before the mandala class I did not know too much about mandalas. I think I may have... read more

Mandala Class Student Interview: Karla Henderson

Today, I am so pleased to share a little showcase with Karla Henderson who joined one of my Mixed Media Mandala classes. What kind of mandalas have you explored before? Louise’s course on mandalas was my introduction to making that form of art. I had always only... read more

Mandala Class Student Interview: Christine Pateros

Today, I am so pleased to share a little showcase with Christine Pateros who joined one of my Mixed Media Mandala classes. *** What kind of mandalas have you explored before? Tibetan in sand, despacho ceremonies from Andean culture for healing with plants. Study of... read more

Mandala Class Student Interview: Lydia Eloff

Today, I am so pleased to share a little showcase with Lydia Eloff who joined one of my Mixed Media Mandala classes this year. What kind of mandalas have you explored before? I was mostly drawing mandalas with ink and coloring them with colored pencils. What is it you... read more

Mandala Class Student Interview: Fiona Fieldhouse

Today, I am so pleased to share a mandala student interview with Fiona Fieldhouse who joined  my Mixed Media Mandala class in 2014. What kind of mandalas have you explored before? None really, but whenever i doodle I tend to draw circles and flowers, so I suppose the... read more

Mandala Class Student Interview: Ilene Price

Today, I am so pleased to share a mandala student interview with Ilene Price who joined  my Mixed Media Mandala class in 2014. What kind of mandalas have you explored before? Mostly free form doodling. From that I began to paint them with watercolors. What is it you... read more

Mandala Art Class Student Interview: Wini Dougall

Today, I am so pleased to share a mandala student interview with the wonderful Wini Dougall who joined us in my Mixed Media Mandala class in 2014. Mandala Art Class Student Interview What kind of mandalas have you explored before? Hand drawn and hand painted mandalas,... read more

Mandala Class Student Interview: Barbara Crompton

Here is the first in a series of lovely interviews with my Mandala class participants. I am so pleased to showcase their work and hope you will gain some insight into their approach to mandala making and into the online class I run. So today, our lovely interview is... read more

Mandala Class Student Interview: Donna Wynn

Today, I am so pleased to bring you a lovely interview with Certified Zentangle Teacher Donna Wynn. Donna took the Mixed Media Mandala class earlier this year. I am so pleased to be sharing her work and mandala insights below.

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Mandala Class Student Interview: Sigrun Sigurdardottir

Today, I am so pleased to bring you a lovely interview with Sigrun Sigurdardottir.  Sigrun is a biomedical scientist who loves to play with photography, digital art, collage and mixed media. She took the Mixed Media Mandala class earlier this year and I am so pleased... read more

Mandala Class Student Interview: Natasha Devaud

Today, I am so pleased to bring you a lovely interview with Natasha Devaud. Natasha has taken a couple of my classes and is such a prolific and talented artist. She took the Mixed Media Mandala class earlier this year and I am so pleased to be sharing her work and... read more

Mandala Class Student Interview: Katie Flowers

Today, I am so pleased to bring you a lovely interview with Katie Flowers from Wild At Art Studio in Honk Kong.  Katie has taken a couple of my classes and also teaches art to children and adults. She took the Mixed Media Mandala class earlier this year and I am so... read more

Mandala Student Showcase part 3 {final paintings}

Hi everyone, here is part 3 of the lovely showcase of work. Just a small selection that came out of the Mixed Media Mandala class I taught earlier in the year. If you missed the other parts, here they are: part 1 {doodles} and part 2 {collage} This journey is a... read more

Mandala Class Student Showcase part 2 {Collage}

Hi everyone, here is part 2 of the lovely showcase of work. Just a small selection that came out of the Mixed Media Mandala class I taught earlier in the year. If you missed part 1 {doodles}, here it is. Here is part 3 also {canvas} This journey is a beautiful... read more

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