Well, it's certainly been fun.
Found Object Art Month has been a challenge for me as a blogger, artist, and art therapist. I'm going to use this post to serve as the blog-equivalent of a clip show, remembering the good times...
I've featured a few interesting blogs with recycling in mind.
I've given you a few ideas for found object art projects.
I've shown you a few artists who use recycled or found objects in their work (and some where you can purchase their work on etsy!)
And I've updated you on the progress of one of my own found object art projects that I'm doing with clients at work.
Oh, and so much more...
Tomorrow is a big gallery show and creative arts celebration at work, where all of the found object art projects will be on display. Unfortunately, I can't show you any pictures from that event due to confidentiality, BUT I can promise you, it is really going to be awesome.
And now I leave you with one of my favorite found object artists (or, rather, two of them, they work together): Tim Noble and Sue Webster. They use light and shadow on found objects to create AMAZING work.
Image found in this blog post over at web designer depot, which also has examples of even more found object artists!!
Coming soon: a 'zine about running Found Object Art Month at your art therapy site!