About Mandala Dyes
Thank you for coming to the online home of Mandala Dyes. We are a husband and wife team, (Kevin and Kyla Beavers), with over 10 years professional experience creating artistic and unique tie dye clothing.
Mandala Dyes creates one of a kind wearable color and hanging art with spiritual and peaceful intent, designed to help open hearts and expand minds worldwide. In our home Studio in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Tie Dye is, was, and will always be a family affair. We have two wonderful daughters named Stella and Ramona. Our lucky girls have been raised on the road exploring, playing, dancing and camping at festivals. Kevin and Kyla started creating tie dye together in 2004. Since then we have been vending our clothing and textiles at various music festivals, farmers markets, and art shows. We travel mostly in the Colorado and occasionally up to Idaho and the Pacific Northwest.
We each have developed our own unique style through countless artistic hours in our home studio. Our efforts combined produce one of kind pieces of art.
Mandala Dyes always uses professional grade fiber reactive dyes as well as commercial quality detergents and fixers, creating a product that will never shrink, bleed or fade.
Throughout our travels, we have found inspiration in many places. Some of which are live concerts and festivals. When we are graced with close contact to our favorite musicians, sometimes we feel inclined to gift particularly inspiring pieces of our art to them. Some of these Musicians include: Dave Schools, Jimmy Herring, and Duane Trucks (Widespread Panic), Phil Lesh (Grateful Dead), Neil Casal (CRB / HWA), Eric McFadden(Stockholm Syndrome/ George Clinton), Rob Borracco (DSO), Ben Kauffman and Dave Johnston (YMSB), Drew Emmitt and Vince Herman (Leftover Salmon), Billy Nershi (SCI), Danny Barnes (Bad Livers), Jay Starling (Love Cannon), David Phipps and Murph (STS9), Jimbo Wallace (Reverand Horton Heat), Eric Berry (Trampled By Turtles), Jeff Crosby and the Refugees and the Scrugglers and Robin Davis (Wayword Sons). I'm sure our list will grow,and as we are living our dream, seeing our art on stage proves to be inspiring from day to day!
We love using our imagination and our hands to put our energy into each piece we make. Being an artist is a truly fulfilling profession and we cherish being able to work from our own home.