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Road-Block Barrier Mural 

Phoenixville, PA
Summer 2020

Pandemic Art 
Featured in PXV ART MAG
Fall Issue 2021

Many years ago, my art journey began in Phoenixville, making it a place that holds a special space in my heart.


I'm grateful to the Borough of Phoenixville, Phoenixville First, and Teresa Haag Art for creating a safe space for artists to come together, painting roadblock barriers while adhering to COVID-19 guidelines.

The murals I created, Summer Bloom 1 & 2, draw inspiration from discovering beauty and maintaining a positive outlook, regardless of the circumstances.

Road Block Mural Barrier, Phoenixville, PA, 2020
Mandala Art Mural, 6' H x 6' W
Yoga Secrets, Kennett Square, PA
Mandala Art Mural-Yoga Secrets, Kennett Square, PA 2019

"I absolutely love the mandala that Vidya Shyamsundar painted on the wall of the practice room at our yoga studio. It is truly the centerpiece to our room, and creates the most beautiful focal point for our students. Everyone who sees it is blown away by the intricacies of her work and agrees that the mandala is stunning. 

It was a pleasure to have Vidya do the work for us, and she made it so easy for us to create the atmosphere for our studio that we wanted. She came when she said would, did the work in a timely manner; cleaned up after herself and required no extra effort on our part. I would absolutely recommend Vidya and her artwork to everyone."

- Lexa, Co-Owner, Yoga Secrets

Sanskrit Prayer Mural, 3' H x 27' W
Salutations to the Goddesses

Yoga Secrets, Kennett Square, PA

Sanskrit Prayer Mural-Yoga Secrets, Kennett Square, PA, 2019

The prayer is written in Devanagari script. Devanagari is part of the Brahmic family of scripts that originated in ancient India, and the language Sanskrit is one of Devanagari derivations. These verses are taken from Devi Mahathmyam, a Hindu Scripture that praises the supreme power of Goddess Shakthi. 

Meaning of the Mantra

The Hindu Goddess Shakthi is the personification of cosmic power in female form. She is the goddess of power, and strength, and the mother of the universe. She is the embodiment of Rajas, meaning movement and transformation; Tamas, meaning matter and form; and Sattva, meaning knowledge and awareness. She is the power beyond all creation, preservation, and destroyer of all misery. Salutations to you, O Narayini!

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