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Rajas Zandra
Rajas Zandra
Rajas Zandra
Rajas Zandra
Rajas Zandra
Rajas Zandra

© the artist. Photo credit: Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture

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Describing the work, Logan says: 'Zandra’s figure explores the colour and smells of India. In her hands are holders for incense cones. Bend down and you will see on her big toe one of the crystals that each Goddess possesses – stones given by Jill Smith from the Isle of Lewis.'

Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture



Rajas Zandra




aluminium sheet, fibreglass, fabric, glass, glitter, found objects & resin


H 241 x W 167 x D 167 cm

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donation from the artist

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Berriew, Welshpool, Powys SY21 8AH Wales

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