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  • Tricia Evenson

    Mandala made from recycled plastic bags by Virginia Fleck

  • Ellen van der Molen

    Crafted from used plastic bags imprinted with familiar logos and slogans, beauty is created in the form of these mandalas by Texas artist, Virginia Fleck. Flying in the face of temporary Tibetan sand mandalas that last only a few days, these mandalas are virtually non-biodegrabable and will last forever. Created as commentary on the ecology of everyday life as garbage is transformed into beauty. See many more at the artist’s website: Virginia Fleck

  • Keylan Q.

    Recycled plastic bag mandala

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