Walking outside, you’ve most likely passed multiple counts of dead, knotted wood and bits of unsound aged boards. You’ve most likely passed some rusty scraps of metal, too, and most likely, you didn’t chance them a second look. It’s simply junk, right?
Not if you see it the same manner creative artist Jason Waldron sees it. He is aware that even the foremost humble of junk will, with the proper care, grow to be something stunning and new.
We’ve seen what a bit of innovation and talent will do, and we’ve seen every kind of trash become beautiful and surprising works of art, or even become a captivating, rustic dream cabin!
Gathered right off the surface of the earth near his Central Oregon home, Jason uses scrap metal and wood. He sculpts these into curved, ridged sculptures of animals and humans that appear able to burst into motion at any moment.
And for being made from many various components, they’re undeniably seamless.
His creations show his deep love of nature and animals, and that’s additionally mirrored within the undeniable fact that his work is created entirely of found and recycled materials, rendering them eco-friendly, as well.
Jason’s work shows all of us that although an object appears aged and worn-out, staring at it a bit differently will open up a world of potential, and additionally even the oldest, most damaged components of ourselves can be worth celebrating.