Mix Media Mandala Drawings with Chantelle ONLINE

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What’s it all about?

Creating, drawing, experimenting, relaxing… Mandalas!

The mystery of the mandala is finally revealed! The intricate details of the mandala hold so much meaning and history and are still relevant to this day. Get a little insight to the background of the mandala but more importantly let your creative juices flow by immersing yourself within the art of mandala drawing.

Great gift for Mother’s Day, you can do the class together or send her the finished artwork!

What we will cover?

A brief introduction to the art of the mandala followed by a very fun, relaxing and therapeutic drawing class.

Explore your creative side through the use of many different mediums from watercolours, chalk pastel, ink, grey lead, coloured pencil and crayon. This class is suitable for anyone.

These images make fantastic gifts and statement pieces when framed for the home!

What will you need?

  • Watercolour paper (or any heavy grade paper)
  • Whatever you want to draw/paint with – watercolours, chalk pastel, ink, grey lead, coloured pencil and crayon etc

Who will be teaching?


Born in Melbourne and residing in Elwood, Chantelle Maree Tranchina is a living and breathing inspired artist, secondary and primary school teacher. Having studied four degrees and several courses– a bachelor of contemporary arts majoring in literature and visual arts, bachelor of teaching primary and secondary education, a degree in fashion design and also a degree in spiritual development/meditation/healing –  trained in reiki, mediumship, and has completed her YTT (yoga teacher training) she is now a practicing and certified yoga teacher, teaching both in person and online classes! She has a passion for learning, teaching and helping others. She is also absolutely addicted to travel and finds herself taking a trip overseas as often as possible!

Chantelle is interested in environmental issues; currently working on a side project to develop and regenerate our Australian homeland through a ‘plant and party’ concept. Known as “Wild Seeds” this project is a non for profit three day event which offers a chance to build a community, camping out, attending workshops, live music, DJ’s and of course plenty of time to plant trees in order to give back to our land.

She looks forward to meeting you all and having a bit of light-hearted creative fun.

Here are some of her links

Wild Seeds