Original Mixed Media Sculpture by Victoria Lee Croasdell
Egyptian Power Mandala
This is an Original Abstract Mixed Media Wall Hanging Sculpture by Victoria Lee Croasdell, an awarded, published and exhibited; multi-disciplined artist, photographer, writer, poet and engineer. She is also a member of MRISAR's R&D Team. She is the primary designer of all MRISAR graphic headers, exhibit display borders (like the one above), exhibition graphic panels and graphic design details on our robotic and science exhibits.
This art piece is based on ancient Egyptian power symbols. It is several layers deep and is made of a combination of aluminum, hand cut M.D.O. pieces, cast acrylic and hand painted with acrylic designs. Original size 30" wide x 30" high. Created in 2000.
This is a stand alone art piece, however it also has another form as an Illustrated Poetry Piece. Victoria, a multi-awarded poet, writes poetry for all her art pieces and many of her photography pieces, thus adding an extra dimension or understanding into her conception of its particular creation.
Most of her original works have two different versions, a standard version and an interactive version, both of which are included in MRISAR's traveling exhibitions. Additionally some of these two different versions are for sale and come in 3 forms: 1- as a one-of-a-kind piece; 2- as limited edition pieces; 3- as unlimited pieces.
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