Everything Old is New Again

Yesterday I thought of this piece which has been up in the attic for a lot of years. Dragged it down, washed it off and worked on it a little more. 

I think the parts may be better than the whole. A few close ups: 

 
  
Here it was in its attic state. I think it was supposed to be a big mandala in the middle and four little ones around it.  

 
Happy Monday!

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11 responses to “Everything Old is New Again”

  1. cdog5 says :

    Ooo, now I like this a LOT! Glad you brought it out of the attic. I was in a museum on Saturday and saw a piece kind of like this (although not as good by far) and I just stood there, riveted. These assembled pieces really do invite such gazing and study. Very nice!

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  2. Sand Salt Moon says :

    How interesting, up close and as a whole, actually. Great idea to rework one’s work. It is fun to play and do – as well as look at. Coolness!

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  3. Teresa Robeson says :

    It is a very cool 3D collage! I think you should hang it in a prominent spot!

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  4. memadtwo says :

    I don’t know about that, Teresa…my husband doesn’t seem too fond of it. But thanks for the vote of support!

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  5. memadtwo says :

    I love how this matches Xenobia’s mosaic. It’s almost like a pinball machine too. What do these men know? It’s great!

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  6. memadtwo says :

    I know. Once again, in sync. Yes, I kind of like this although it is a hot mess. I don’t know what made me go up to the attic for it yesterday.

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  7. Killing Jar Studio says :

    LOVE Love love this!!

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  8. DrawingConnections says :

    I like this. May I ask what the inspiration was for this? The colours remind me of Tibetan art work

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