I am motivated and astonished to see the creativity these artists display in transforming everyday materials into stunning and imaginative works of art. As I travel my own journey to create green art, I appreciate the inspirations of other artists as they turn "trash" into treasures, and select materials that tell a story about their artwork.
|"Landscape" by Paul Villinski|
uses cans found on NYC streets to create butterflies
flying bird by Sayaka Ganz
uses plastic kitchen tools
|"Lindsay Lohan" by Jason Mecier|
portrait made from vodka bottles, cigarette lighters and other "hedonistic" scrap
- Cornell Museum of Art, 51 N. Swinton Ave, Delray Beach Florida
- Reimagined: July 14 - October 18, 2015
- Suggested donation: $5
I would love to hear how other artists repurpose scrap and transform it into artwork!