Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Labyrinth VII

Here's my seventh labyrinth.  It is based on instructions to draw "the simplest possible labyrinth" in a book called The Unending Mystery--A Journey Through Labyrinths and Mazes.  Of course, I modified the pattern to show that the path is uneven and has some predictable and unpredictable elements along the way.  I also included some symbols from my Camp Fire Girls days.  I loved Camp Fire Girls.  We got to dress in long brown "Indian maiden" dresses and decorate them with honor beads.  We had Indian names and designed symbols around our names.  This labyrinth is in memory of my mother, who set me on that path...Camp Fire Girl, young woman, mother, grandmother, and now the somewhat wiser (but still learning) person I am today.


  1. a very cool labyrinth. I love the shapes and colors and of course the gold! I was a girl scout. I am grateful for those memories! Good work in this whole series---you should be extremely proud of it!

  2. I have always been intrigued by labyrinths, I love yours!

  3. Do you mind telling me the medium you use to create the gold? I am teaching a class to third graders, and we are studying labyrinths. Thank you so much! I love your work! Jennifer