Recycle to Re-purpose
We started with recycling in the 80’s. It was replaced by “up”cycling. Now another catch phrase has replace the recycling world. “Re-purposing” has taken the lead. What next? Smart-shoes (recycled rubber sandals). Smart floors for shredded rubber tiles in the kitchen, bathroom, den and outdoors. We do have smart cars. But, the recycled metal in all cars (25%-30%) is never talked about. I can’t imagine what they will be calling used material-transformed into useful products in the next 10 years.
If I twist, turn and burn metals into sculptures, would I be called a re-purposed artist. Perhaps its true. Taking a look at it, all artists are re-purposed artist.
Michael Angelo carved a clump of marble into a statue. Was he re-purposing big stones? The term re-purposing is really used for something we manufactured or made and used it “again” to make something else. A marble statue would never be “re-purposed”. It would only be turned into rubble or small stones. One thing nice is that marble does last the test of time. Cars will disintegrate (rust), get crushed or broken down in traffic accidents.They have to be recycled. It is their journey. Take a tour at Kevin’s workshop. In this video, you will see the starting of a caterpillar on his work table.. See the finished project below.
Caterpillars Are Fun To See Around The House.
It all begins at the scrap yard. Kevin goes shopping at the local scrap yard, where he gets his metal for small and large art projects.
This 5 ‘ high outdoor, powder-coated metal sculpture wiggles when you touch it. I noticed the different shades of purple from the reflection of light. It was very vibrant! this is my favorite of Kevin’s work. After looking at this piece, I had to see what else Kevin was wielding from scrap metal. A very talented artist. Kevin Caron’s Outdoor Sculpture
Where does he get his ideas and the metal pieces? It all comes from his local scrap yard. The metal that is. Some people who know Kevin Caron, may drop off scrap metal at his workshop. He creates abstract art or cute sculptures. all shapes and sizes. What it truly comes down to is — if you enjoy making these twisted works of art, then you have found your place in the world!
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