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Mandalas Gilded With Gold

Artist Asmahan A. Mosleh impressives us with her spectatular mandalas. Each work takes 8-54 hours to finish, and she publishes her works on her Instagram. The artist begins with a pencil outline as first step; then she completes the outline with pen, she finishes the work with pigment. Her colours, golden pearls and detail works will make you awestruck.

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