John Brown creates sculptures of insects produced from metal scraps that he’s recovered

From the spare metal pieces that he gathers John Brown makes sculptures of multicolored insects, butterflies, & birds. Despite that fact that assemblages are fashioned out of recovered materials, example being bicycle chains and nails, these are somehow successful in maintaining it delicateness with its wings having the thin appearance of a genuine butterfly. Having has welded all the pieces together Brown completes the sculptures by painting wings using oil paint, precisely replicating the markings of definite species like the Red Admiral butterflies and Holly Blue. This sculptor, who is originally from Wales, has been living the rural part of his country for over eight years and has been motivated by the valleys full of fauna that make up the region.

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John Brown creates sculptures of Insects Produced From Metal Scraps that he’s recovered.1

John Brown creates sculptures of Insects Produced From Metal Scraps that he’s recovered.2

John Brown creates sculptures of Insects Produced From Metal Scraps that he’s recovered.3

John Brown creates sculptures of Insects Produced From Metal Scraps that he’s recovered.4

John Brown creates sculptures of Insects Produced From Metal Scraps that he’s recovered.5

John Brown creates sculptures of Insects Produced From Metal Scraps that he’s recovered.6

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