Aurora Robson's sculptures from found plastic debris

Trichotomy Artist known predominantly for her transformative work interrupting the waste stream using plastic debris, excess packaging and junk mail.

RECYCLED ART! Aurora Robson's "A Practice" Short documentary about her work and her message.

A look at the work of multi-media artist Aurora Robson, who creates art from discarded materials, excess packaging and junk mail. Video currently on display .

Aurora Robson's Ethereal Plastic Art Uses up to 20,000 Recycled Bottles    Read more: Aurora Robson Makes Mythical Art With up to 20,000 Recycled Plastic Bottles | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Aurora Robson's Ethereal Plastic Art Uses up to 20,000 Recycled Bottles

Aurora Robson's Ethereal Plastic Art Uses up to Recycled Bottles Read more: Aurora Robson Makes Mythical Art With up to Recycled Plastic Bottles

Be Like Water, an installation by  Aurora Robson at Franklin Park Conservatory, is illuminated during evening hours. See it during limited evening hours Feb. 5-9, when the Conservatory is open until 9pm!

Be Like Water, an installation by Aurora Robson at Franklin Park Conservatory, is illuminated during evening hours. See it during limited evening hours Feb.

Aurora Robson's Sacrifice + Bliss exhibit at Franklin Park Conservatory. Robson says of her recycled-plastic sculptures: "I am interested in provoking reflection on consumption without making people feel guilty, rather, motivating them in a positive way.”

Aurora Robsons Sacrifice + Bliss exhibit at Franklin Park Conservatory. Robson says of her recycled-plastic sculptures: I am interested in provoking reflection on consumption without making people feel guilty, rather, motivating them in a positive way.

Aurora Robson - entitled both “Belch” and “Tarball

Featured on the cover of Green Building and Design Magazine, March This sculpture is created from discarded PET bottles, tinted polycrylic, rivets, steel armature & mica powder.

Columbus Underground "Artist Aurora Robson's largest exhibition to date coming to Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens."

Columbus Underground "Artist Aurora Robson's largest exhibition to date coming to Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.

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artist aurora robson creates sculptures out of PET bottles

Aurora Robson - Head Sprout, 2006

Aurora Robson’s Recycled Art Sculptures "head sprout"

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