Stunning arts made from Junks!

Ever shocked by the beauty of toilet paper rolls, or saw the chicken formed by the egg shells, or witnessed coolest lion made by tires, horse form scrapts metal…? Heck, all of them are even made by common things you discarded every day, and they are known as recycled art.

Derek Gores

Derek has achieved national attention for his collage portrait series, recycling magazines, labels and found materials to create works on canvas. Those series has showed his interest in the natural beauty of figure and the fearless attitude of play.

Collage 07. (Image Source: Derek Gores)

Collage 09. (Image Source: Derek Gores)

Collage 17. (Image Source: Derek Gores)

PIC BY JOHN LOPEZ/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The Shire horse) - They say one mans junk is another mans treasure and this certainly rings true for this artist who creates incredible sculptures of horses from scrap metal. The large and intricate sculptures are the work of artist John Lopez who welds the pieces from metal and old farm machinery. John, 43, from South Dakota, USA, once enjoyed a career in bronze sculpting but now uses his talents to create his own artworks. His collection includes a number of life-size horses and buffalo with each on taking up to six months to complete. - SEE CATERS COPY

The large and intricate sculptures are the work of artist John Lopez who welds the pieces from metal and old farm machinery.

John, 43, from South Dakota, USA, once enjoyed a career in bronze sculpting but now uses his talents to create his own artworks.

His collection includes a number of life-size horses and buffalo with each on taking up to six months to complete.

PIC BY JOHN LOPEZ/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A trotting horse) - They say one mans junk is another mans treasure and this certainly rings true for this artist who creates incredible sculptures of horses from scrap metal. The large and intricate sculptures are the work of artist John Lopez who welds the pieces from metal and old farm machinery. John, 43, from South Dakota, USA, once enjoyed a career in bronze sculpting but now uses his talents to create his own artworks. His collection includes a number of life-size horses and buffalo with each on taking up to six months to complete. - SEE CATERS COPY

They say one mans junk is another mans treasure and this certainly rings true for this artist who creates incredible sculptures of horses from scrap metal.

 

PIC BY JOHN LOPEZ/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: John Lopez working on a shire horse) - They say one mans junk is another mans treasure and this certainly rings true for this artist who creates incredible sculptures of horses from scrap metal. The large and intricate sculptures are the work of artist John Lopez who welds the pieces from metal and old farm machinery. John, 43, from South Dakota, USA, once enjoyed a career in bronze sculpting but now uses his talents to create his own artworks. His collection includes a number of life-size horses and buffalo with each on taking up to six months to complete. - SEE CATERS COPY

The large and intricate sculptures are the work of artist John Lopez who welds the pieces from metal and old farm machinery.

 

PIC BY JOHN LOPEZ/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A horse and statue in Boss Cowman Square) - They say one mans junk is another mans treasure and this certainly rings true for this artist who creates incredible sculptures of horses from scrap metal. The large and intricate sculptures are the work of artist John Lopez who welds the pieces from metal and old farm machinery. John, 43, from South Dakota, USA, once enjoyed a career in bronze sculpting but now uses his talents to create his own artworks. His collection includes a number of life-size horses and buffalo with each on taking up to six months to complete. - SEE CATERS COPY

His collection includes a number of life-size horses and buffalo with each on taking up to six months to complete.

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