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Angel Mixed Media - Archangel Michael And The Dragon    by Sarah Loft

Archangel Michael And The Dragon is a mixed media by Sarah Loft which was uploaded on August 10th, 2012.

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Wow,this is Fantastic!

Sarah Loft replied:

Thank you, Viggo!

Awesome!

Sarah Loft replied:

Thank you, LKB!

This is so good, Sarah. Medieval, down to the mosaic.

Sarah Loft replied:

Thank you, Ross! It's one of the very earliest collages I produced (ca 1979) and it was busy work to do in the chem lab when I had to be there for mindless stuff like doing titrations every 20 minutes.

Congratulations your beautiful work is being featured in the World We See Group :-)

Sarah Loft replied:

Thank you, Robyn! I appreciate the feature.

Just love how you created this piece Sarah..interesting mosaic effect and textures.. f.v tw

Sarah Loft replied:

Thank you, Jolanta!

I love this!!!

Sarah Loft replied:

Thank you, Lenore!

Wonderful collage! I love it! l/f

Sarah Loft replied:

Thank you, GP!

Great work Sarah!

Sarah Loft replied:

Thanks, Collin!

This is very cool. Love this! v/f

Sarah Loft replied:

Thanks, Lenore!

very cool, F/L

Sarah Loft replied:

Thanks, Dean!

Wow, Sarah, wonderful paper mosaic!!! Love the shield!

Sarah Loft replied:

Thanks, Music of the Heart!

Fabulous work, Sarah!!! :)))fv

Sarah Loft replied:

Thanks, Laurie!

Like the mosaic effect. I'm most familiar with the St. George slaying the dragon iconography and don't know the St. Michael story. Very Russian Orthodox theme.

Sarah Loft replied:

Hi Russell! The dragon in this image is a representation of Satan or evil. Since he is a fallen angel I gave him a wing to match the archangel. It's a representation of the triumph of good over evil, but the contestants here are not unrelated, so to speak. I'm also familiar with the St George images which sometimes feature a chained "damsel in distress" who represents the human soul.

Great technique..love the illuminated manuscript type of design! vf

Sarah Loft replied:

Thanks, Sally!

Thanks, Allen. I made it about 30 years ago, pasting tiny paper squares cut from ladies' magazines on a board I found. Fun project.

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