This UK based artist, Jane Perkins finds her inspiration in found objects. Perkins collects all the plastic objects, sorts them and then arranges to re-make the already existing work of art in her impressionistic style of art. She works with whatever bits and objects of plastic she finds in the knick-knacks around.“I am re-maker of art” as she calls herself; she uses everything from buttons, spoons, shells, jewelry, to beads and toys anything she can lay her hands on and re-creates famous artworks from plastic objects.

Perkins states that she does not add any color to her work. Her work forms itself out of the plethora of plastic objects she finds around. The pieces are simply arranged by their size, shape and hues in combination that evolve into her re-interpreted contemporary art. Her art mainly consists of re-created famous portraits and photos and impressionistic art. (e.g. Mona Lisa, Marilyn Monroe, Einstein).

 

Iconic portraits created from plastic by Jane Perkins (1)

Iconic portraits created from plastic by Jane Perkins (3)

Iconic portraits created from plastic by Jane Perkins (4)

Iconic portraits created from plastic by Jane Perkins (5)

Iconic portraits created from plastic by Jane Perkins (2)

Iconic portraits created from plastic by Jane Perkins (6)

Iconic portraits created from plastic by Jane Perkins (7)

 

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