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Monday
Feb212011

Erik Mark Sandberg: Art

One particular creation, etched onto a most unforgiving backdrop, is an intriguing display of graphics as the base of what appears to be a vase holding very sad flowers, encourages us to believe we are viewing this image from an angle - slightly looking up at it. The vase appears suspended in the air and there is no evidence of the stems of the plant in the seemingly transparent, wired mesh of a structure. It is a beautiful mess.

Author: Raji Kaur

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