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This Artist Creates Sculptures From Seaside Scraps

Kirsty Elson is a multimedia artist from Cornwall, England, who uses bits of seaside scraps to create unique sculptures. Using bits of driftwood,shells, bottle caps, rusted nails, and metal washers, Elson creates sculptures that imitate surrounding seaside homes. She explains the inspiration for these pieces on an interview with Studio Wallop on her website

“I tend to let the materials lead me, rather than having an idea in my head and trying to find a piece to fit my idea… I let the materials do the work really.”

(via Colossal)

image credit: via Colossal

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