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Extraordinary and creative artwork by Tom Deininger who creates sculptures assembled out of trash. The artist has produced fine art installations by recycling found objects and giving them new life. His work is collected by high profile collectors worldwide.
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Ron Pippin creates outstanding art out of mechanical & animal parts and various found or collected objects. There is a certain “steampunk” feel in his creations and the artist has mentioned in an interview: “My work is often related to ideas about the relationship of Science, Art, and Nature. My scientific aesthetic is primarily drawn from the 19th Century, when, I feel, science still had a relationship to beautiful forms.”.

A definitely worth viewing collection!
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Solar Deer
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Solar Deer, detail
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Bestia Mundi
 
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Amazing wire sculptures by artist Frank Plant. The artist often experiments with various techniques that incorporate wooden backgrounds, light boxes, sensors, sounds and music in his 3d pieces, seeking for alternative ways of visual communication with viewers.
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Frank Plant’s work has found its way into public and private collections all around the world. The American sculptor is currently living and creating in Barcelona.
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The work of Sayaka Ganz is in my opinion the ultimate definition of recycle art. These magnificently assembled sculptures are made of various kind of materials such as plastic, utensils, toys and metal pieces among other things.
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The artist notes: “My goal is for each object to transcend its origins by being integrated into an animal form that seems alive. This process of reclamation and regeneration is liberating to me as an artist.
By building these sculptures I try to understand the human relationships that surround me. It is a way for me to contemplate and remind myself that even if there is conflict right now, there is a way for all the pieces to fit together. That even if some people don’t feel at home here and now, there is a place where they belong and that they will eventually find it.”

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SINKERS
There is a feel of collective consciousness in Mel Kadel’s inspiring artwork. Warm, earthy tones, a wide range of beautifully drawn patterns and a repeated woman figure are basic elements of her work.
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JUST BELOW THE SUN
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I found a very interesting interview of the artist for Fecal Face, where she states the reason this female figure often appears in her pieces: “I think the female(s) in my drawings are a lot of different people. I'm in there somewhere too, but it's not a story completely based around me. I use to draw more than just women, and i'm sure i will again, but over time she just became this reoccurring character that I gravitate towards these days. To me, It's like the scenes and struggles that she gets involved in, are more of what the drawing is about than she is. Her age and ethnicity is meant to be vague, to help not corner her into a stereotype. I really want people to relate to her and what she's conquering, more than her gender.”

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FLOWER DRIP
Make sure to visit her site for more visual treasures!