Found Object Art

Discover the world of found object art and get inspired to create unique masterpieces using unexpected materials. Explore top ideas to unlock your creativity and bring new life to discarded objects.
Paint Brush Art, Paint Brushes, Egyptian Mummies, Unique Faces, Summer Friends, Change Image, Assemblage Art, Creative Advertising, Photography Projects

I am a Los Angeles-based artist, Alexandra Dillon. I paint portraits of imagined people on found objects such as worn paintbrushes, vintage padlocks, rusty axes, and old shovels. I let the object itself suggest the personality of the character.

pianodesk2 Refurbished Furniture, Redo Furniture, Repurposed Furniture, Refurbished Cabinets, Repurposed Items, Furniture Ideas, Vieux Pianos, Piano Desk, Music Desk

What do you do when a piano is too worn for use, but too costly to repair? you can hire Piano Removals to help you with the proper disposal or as well here are some ideas on how you can use an old piano. Check out what how lovely this old bench looks with a… Continue reading Ideas for Upcycling Old Pianos

Aleksandra Grygiel
Barbed Wire, Rusty Knives, and Found Objects Mend Artist Glen Taylor’s Broken Porcelain | Colossal Kintsugi, Found Object Art, Art Object, Glen Martin, Chicken Wire Sculpture, Ancient Japanese Art, Art Ancien, Colossal Art, Art Japonais

Artist Glen Taylor solders ridges of metal to porcelain fragments, completing a halved teacup or broken saucer with a range of unusual materials: barbed wire, tarnished silverware, old book pages, and multicolored twine form a portion of the household objects. Each intervention contrasts the pristine, delicate qualities of the porcelain with the visible rust, unwieldy strings, and patchwork metals. A cabinetmaker for much of his life, Taylor originally worked with pottery but found it…

; )
School Art Projects, Kids Art Projects, Recycled Art Projects, Plastic Art, Recycled Plastic, Plastic Spoons, Recycle Plastic Bottles, Trash Art, Found Object Art

2017 Topic 7: Found Objects Ali Clifford Well hello everyone, Darcy here with the latest topic, this time we are scavenging, recycling, treasure hunting and re-purposing. Our new challenge is all about 'found objects' and using them in art. This means not not using things that are intended for art, but instead looking around you and creating art with what you can find. Interest in found objects is not new, but instead can be traced back to the 16th century. Items were displayed in private…

Regina Harrison

Related interests