Virginia Fleck Creates Grocery Bag Works That are Anything But Trashy

By: Olivia Gissing - Published: • References: virginiafleck & underconsideration
These pretty pieces by Virginia Fleck will have you spinning in circles.

New York native Virginia Fleck is making an impact with her recycled artwork. Virginia has made plastic bags her muse, and collects thousands of them from all areas. She then cuts them into strips and circles and creates what is called a mandala, or a circular collage. The resulting works are beautiful orbs of color and pattern; one would never assume they were made from garbage grocery bags.

These wonderful works by Virginia Fleck are anything but trashy; she is taking a stand for a cleaner environment with her eco-art.

Implications - Eco-conscious consumers are constantly looking for new green habits to adopt into their lifestyles to reduce their carbon footprints. They appreciate products that are made from recycled materials as they are gentler on the earth.

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