Rusted iron, sun bleached driftwood and antique carved woods are the materials of choice.
Weathered by the passage of time, these ingredients have already been “pre-sculpted” by Nature or Man and are upcycled to provide a fascinating palette of forms, textures and tones.
The approach is usually whimsical. Disused iron cooking pots are turned upside down, fused with other found objects and transformed into warrior helmets. Similarly obsolete pickaxes and coat hangers metamorphose into bird forms and bright pink discarded inner soles mutate to become irreverent tongues.
Thus found, abandoned objects are reborn and gain a new lease of life.