Michal Fishel an artist, designer and spiritual art teacher expresses her love for the beauty of creation through circles of color and light - Maagalot. The circular shape of the Maagalot (mandalas) springs forth from the natural shape of the spiraling movement of the cosmos. Michal's jewelry and other products are a message of love, connecting the user to his unique inner light and beauty. Every pendant is hand drawn and painted one of a kind, sealed in a clear protective resin, and hugged in sterling silver.
The colorful pendants tell many stories of growth. The web of colors symbolizes our connections to people, places and beliefs. Life is about learning to center ourselves with our creator and find our inner wisdom thus freeing ourselves and receiving new opportunities for learning and growth. The MAAGALA (Mandala in English) by Michal Fishel, is a unique and powerful tool for personal growth and enlightenment. The circular shape of the Maagalot (mandalas), by Michal Fishel, springs forth from the natural shape of the spiraling movement of the cosmos. The galaxy itself spirals with all creation and manifests itself as the many circles we see around and inside us.
Testimonial: "Recently I picked up a mandala coloring book that my best friend had sent me from Israel for my birthday. I thought, what am I going to do with this, I am not an artist, these things (designs) look like squiggles on a page. Then, one weekend my grandson came to visit and found the mandala coloring book. He brought it to me and said “maw maw, let’s each color one of these!” I thought, “yawn,” but, it was my grandson…
So, we each picked a mandala and started coloring. Let me tell you, we had the best time! I watched out of the corner of my eye as my grandson concentrated on the design of the mandala, being ever so careful to stay in the lines, and I admit it, I lost myself in my mandala…the way the colors popped out in the design, the way the design seemed to go on and on, one element blending into the next on the page.
I put both of our finished mandalas in frames and they are now hanging in a place of honor in my home as a beautiful remembrance of that afternoon we spent together.
p.s. I got myself some really good colored pencils and I’m now on my 5th mandala, thanks to my thoughtful best friend who sent me the coloring book, and my adventurous little grandson who taught me you don’t have to be an artist to create something beautiful, on, OR off, the page." J.S.