Finn Stone is crazy (in the most positive meaning of this word) and innovative artist with Irish parentage. He studied ceramics at Preston and Middlesex University, but he creates masterpieces from everything, using every available technique.
His website reads:
“Having created a diverse range of renowned design products, Finn has molded his love of eccentricity into the realm of sculpture art, where his practice is governed both by his flamboyance and his overzealous imagination.
Jeannie Driver is a creator of sculptures and installations. Her art is done based on her interest in systems and processes, so she mainly recycles materials. Continue reading
Keith Haynes creates an amazing artwork which is full of meanings and at the same time nostalgic. His work is also remarkable in the respect of his choice of materials: button badges, CDs or vinyl records.
Woolffgallery writes about him:
“Whether it’s a graphically iconic portrait or a meaningful song lyric, each piece is created from original vinyl records chosen to enhance the subject matter, Haynes considers the subject and the object to be of equal importance within his practice.”
His work seems interesting and below you can check some of it. I hope you will enjoy it!
Epoxy most important uses are the circuit printed boards.
What is the relation between the circuit printed boards and the art?
One of the most interesting collage art I have seen recently is the one made by Tom Deininger. I truly admire it. Continue reading
Robert Bradford is a British artist, who prefers to use the materials with a history behind them. Continue reading
Nick Gentry is a British artist. In his artworks he used a floppy disks. Continue reading
Leo Sewell is an american artist who is developing his style over 50 years. He is working mostly with recyclable materials and his assemblages are presented in museums and private collection worldwide. Continue reading
Jane Perkins is a positive artist which enjoys her work. Continue reading
I really like her art and the incredible ideas like this one where she used an old cassette tape. She made an art series named Ghost in the Machine and below you can find some nice portraits of artists and musicians from this collection. Enjoy. Continue reading