Maryellen Hains Artist - Glass Fiber

 

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THE GREEN SHOW – Recycle, Repurpose, Reuse

Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo Gallery, Epic Center – September 2011
Working with a GREEN point of view, seventeen Kalamazoo area artists investigated how this might
impact their work. Many have looked to found objects as a source of materials and inspiration.
Others are recycling work that they created earlier in their career.
Still others are inspired by objects found in nature. Show Statement.

Vince Faust, Hopscotch, Found Object Metal Sculpture

Vince Faust, Hopscotch, found object metal sculpture
Psychologists tell us that we are drawn to the human face from birth. A baby will entertain himself for a long time looking at a very simple drawing of a face. I see human faces everywhere. Some people look at the clouds and see running horses, I see people. I started anthropomorphizing scrap metal recently and before I knew it, Vince was right there with me. The result has been a series of steel people made from found objects. We don't know if its fine art, but it sure has been fun art. vincentfaust@gmail.com