Original Dot Mandala Art, Professional Dotting Tools, & Online Painting Workshop
Lorelei Logsdon, Dot Mandala Artist
Hand-painted dot mandala stones, canvases, accessories & gifts • State-of-the-art professional dotting tools • Online course that allows you to work at your own pace
Artwork by Lorelei Logsdon
Each piece of art has been individually hand-crafted, is an original design, and comes in a variety of mediums.
Self-guided online course with a wealth of information, created for anyone who is interested in making their own dot mandalas.
check it out: Teachable.com
What is the program and how did it begin?
I began Rainbow Rocks as part of a community outreach initiative in Clayton, NC, during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, as a way to momentarily brighten someone’s day and put a smile on their face as we were all going through a stressful time in my small community (as everyone was).
As restrictions are eased and life starts trying to return to a new normal, I realize that these rainbows are needed more than ever in our lives, so this program is now being expanded nationwide/worldwide — to anyone who wishes to join in.
What are the rocks and how are they made?
These are natural river stones that I individually hand-paint with acrylics using a technique called dot painting. They are heat-cured and then sealed with acrylic spray, making the rocks weather resistant. I then leave them in public areas where they will be seen and found by other members of the community. They are meant to be viewed and enjoyed by all — and hopefully bring a smile to your face!
How do I participate?
If you find a rainbow rock, leave it there and enjoy it, or take it and move it to where it may now be needed (retirement home, hospital, school, etc.), or maybe just let it inspire you to paint your own! Your rainbow doesn’t have to look like mine, any kind of rainbow will do!
If you paint your own, remember to put LLRox.com on the back so whoever finds it can be sure to find their way here, too! 🙂
Hi, I’m Lorelei! I’m a full-time artist, making a living painting and making jewelry in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Now retired, most of my professional career was spent as a technical writer and communications specialist. I hold a BA in Communications from the University of Maryland and an MA in English from East Carolina University.
I met my husband, John, in junior high in 1982 and we’ve been married for 30 years. John is a best-selling author of comedic fiction and he’s also a gifted musician, able to play almost every instrument and can sing, too.
We’ve lived all over the country during our wonderful life together so far, including lots of places in Maryland (where we both grew up), California, Arizona, Virginia, and now North Carolina.
We have a grown daughter who is married and lives nearby.
Get in Touch
604 E Front Front St., #1706
Clayton, NC 27528