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   dmg1969  Wednesday Feb 24 04:20 PM

Feb 24, 2010 [b]: "Reclaimed" Art

I saw this passed around in Facebook. It is done by an artist Sayaka Kajita Ganz. She was born in Japan and currently lives in Fort Wayne, Indiana. They are done entirely from plastic utensils and other miscellaneous "reclaimed" items. Here is a link to her website. Some truly amazing stuff! http://www.sayakaganz.com/Home.html




Diaphone Jim  Wednesday Feb 24 08:06 PM

We've had horse sculpture before from unusual materials. I'm sure someone will remind us where.
These have an amazing dynamism from a simple base. I like.



Stormieweather  Wednesday Feb 24 09:57 PM

Cool!



Happy Monkey  Thursday Feb 25 12:47 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Diaphone Jim View Post
We've had horse sculpture before from unusual materials. I'm sure someone will remind us where.
Driftwood?


cabbagepulley  Thursday Feb 25 10:14 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Diaphone Jim View Post
We've had horse sculpture before from unusual materials. I'm sure someone will remind us where.
<BUZZ> I'll take Tire Sculptures for $200 Alex.


Sundae  Thursday Feb 25 12:03 PM

Gorgeous on their own, let alone the recycled angle.
I likey.



Trilby  Thursday Feb 25 01:38 PM

reminds me of the album cover for Poco Legend.



Gravdigr  Thursday Feb 25 03:18 PM

Pass.



Gravdigr  Thursday Feb 25 03:24 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Brianna View Post
reminds me of the album cover for Poco Legend.
Tried to recall Poco songs...Could only remember 'Crazy love'. Must be my faded memory. It happens all the time...<---


Undertoad  Thursday Feb 25 03:45 PM

"Heart of the Night" is the other radio hit.



ZenGum  Thursday Feb 25 11:29 PM

... and ceiling horse is half a length ahead of basement horse as the enter the final straight...



SPUCK  Friday Feb 26 06:13 AM

"What did you do with my sculpture?"

"That was a sculpture?"

I recycled it.



Happy Monkey  Sunday Feb 28 01:12 AM

Here's what they're running from:




SPUCK  Sunday Feb 28 05:53 AM

Let's see now.

3 people x 3 months x 20days/month x 8hrs/day = 1440hrs.

Price = $6,000

$6,000/1,440hrs = $4.17/hr...

I suggest they change jobs.



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