Epstein School second-graders’ artwork is featured in an exhibit at the Sandy Springs Public Library. Their creations (“Sharpie Mandalas With Quilling Accents”), made under the guidance of art teacher Pamela Cohen, are on display throughout December. A mandala is a complex, abstract artistic design that is usually circular and generally has an identifiable center point from which symbols, shapes and forms emanate. Designing a mandala can be inspirational, therapeutic and fun because it contains recognizable images that carry meaning to the artist and represent the connection between our inner worlds and outer reality. The library, at 395 Mount Vernon Highway, is open seven days a week if you want to see the mandalas in person.