Meet-the-Artist Reception for “From Nebula to Wildflowers: The Cosmic Dance” – Paintings and Gemstone Jewels by Lexington’s Dalphna Donnely

Join us for food & refreshments 3-5pm and meet the Artist behind our newest show of paintings and handmade jewelry by Lexington’s own Dalphna Donnely!
In “From Nebula to Wildflowers: The Cosmic Dance”, Dalphna translates decades of mastery of landscape and watercolor elements into an EXUBERANT! new show of acrylic-based compositions. With assertive, free beginnings and powerful rhythmical marks, these brilliant and joy-filled color-dances seek universal visual connections – from nebulae to wildflowers. An “Art Missionary” for whom painting is a Spiritual Practice, Dalphna offers us tangible prayers that manifest gratitude and awe.Complementing the canvases is a selection of Dalphna’s unique, asymmetrical natural stone necklaces, full of Earth’s energies from her “Art to Adorn” collection.

The exhibition also features select floral works by Ikebana master Brooke Pohl.

NOTE: We will also have an inventory of rare and one-of-a-kind prints of our artist’s work for purchase!

If you can’t attend the reception, the Lexington Shambhala Meditation Center’s Mill & Max Contemplative Arts Gallery will also be open 12-3pm on Saturdays and Sundays during the show’s run of Nov 19 – Dec 18. You can also set an individual viewing appointment, or visit our Virtual Gallery Tour at

You can sign up for an Art Workshop with the Artist called “FEARLESS DRAWING – Shed Doubt, Seek Joy” Jan 14th 1-4pm. Registration Info at

Located at the corner of Mill & Maxwell Streets, we have free parking and are only a 2-block walk to the heart of downtown.

The Mill&Max Contemplative Arts Space is part of the non-profit Shambhala Meditation Center in downtown Lexington, KY.


Dec 04 2022


3:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Mill & Max Contemplative Arts Gallery
305 W. Maxwell St., Lexington, KY


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