Some sculptural windowguards I made from found objects. This is one of two pieces.
I like what you did making masks from found objects Nic. It's fun playing around with found objects to see what we can bring to life from them.
Thanks for sharing!
I only wish I could have used color on those faces. I never met a color I didn't like!
Nic East, Jim Thorpe, PA USA
Creativity begins with a novel thought.
I admire not only your remarkable imagination, but your wonderful sense of humor as well!
Thanks for your kind words, Rob. There is something clownish in making faces with steel junk and I am a bit of a clown.
Very Cool, An imagination is great waste if unused, Great Job!
Imagination is one of our favorite toys. It inspires and informs as we novelty junkies do our best to find meaning in this illusion we call life.
Beautifully done. Thanks for sharing with us.
Catching up.... I love this gate! What a great and different idea . Transforming an entryway into an art gallery. Very nice....I might steal this idea!!!!
(or just get inspired by it) Thanks for sharing ....you also have quite a diverse range of work....wow! Janet R.
I have to disagree with you, Nick: they are more reflective of Louise Nevelson's work as a result of being monochromatic... my elementary students will love finding the faces in your artwork in preparation for making their own "found object art".
Of course, I will have to convince them that monochroamtic is cool, too.
Them's giggleworthy assemblage work Nic...fun!
The thing about color, is it's a lot of extra work.
The slap-zap and mount approach, is rich in short term gratification.