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As seen in the holiday issue of Venus Magazine! (see last photo)

This is an original mandala painting in red and gold on a recycled 12" vinyl record.

My record bowls are hand painted with acrylics, heated, and lovingly sculpted into unique organic, flower-like forms. I have sealed up the spindle hole so it is water tight and functional. The entire bowl, as well as the record label on the bottom of the bowl, has been sealed with a glossy finish.

This bowl is great for holding fruit or candy or just as an art object to set on your coffee table. It is one of a kind and gorgeous, and an awesome conversation piece!

The record used was from a collection of 1972 records on the Zenith label that was headed for the trash. It is called "Zenith presents Faraway Places" and the songs are "Poor People of Paris," "Arrivederci Roma," etc. The label was blacked out with a Sharpie by members of a TV crew who came over and taped me working with my records for an upcoming segment of HGTV's new show, "Look What I Did!"

Ruby Red - Mandala Record Bowl


Overview

  • Materials: record, vinyl, acrylic, paint
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 791 reviews
  • Favorited by: 6 people