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The Mandala project was created in my studio over a 3 year period. Some people think they are digitally produced but they are not. Throughout the day the flowers are placed on a black velvet palette until the mandala appears. At the end of the day the flowers are thrown to the wind on Mt Tamalpias, in the spirit of the mandalas lesson of impermanence.
Sharon Caplan Cohen
Sharon Caplan Cohen has been fascinated by photography ever since she lined up her dolls and plastic horses for her first photo shoot at the age of six. Later, she apprenticed with various advertising photographers in London for 10 years. She returned to the States to shoot ; fashion, fine art and editorial photography, and raise her two lovely boys along with her husband, Nick. She is based in the SF bay area.