When garbage becomes art

18 de March de 2016, por em Employees, Trash
When garbage becomes art

Wowing the world with his art and exercising the good practice of reuse, Michelle Stitzlein turns junk into amazing sculptures. The artist creates art objects from recycled materials, like colorful murals and beautiful mosaics that change the urban landscape. Michele uses painted plywood or cardboard, corrugated as a base, on which are applied plastic bottle caps of various colors.

She and her husband, the artist also Nathaniel Stitzlein, founded the Art Grange Studios in Baltimore, Ohio, United States, a place to receive visitors from all over the world, interested in knowing the techniques employed by the couple in the process of reclaiming solid waste in pieces of art.

Michelle Stitzlein is an award-winning artist, who has toured several countries. In addition to exhibit their works, she conducts lectures, workshops and public workshops to various age groups. To see the work that he performs with children in the Assembly of sculptures and panels, using bottle caps, just access the YouTube or the artist's website-www.artgrange.com.

 

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