Blaine Fontana's 'Polypropylene Detritus' Reflects on the Environment

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Aug 2, 2009 • References: fontanastudios.society6 &
This gorgeous piece by Blaine Fontana is called 'Polypropylene Detritus,' and it's set to be exhibited at the "Wood"-inspired art show at the Together Gallery. The exhibition will feature works from 20 artists that were inspired by wood.

For 'Polypropylene Detritus,' Blaine Fontana used reclaimed Malaysian keruing wood, which is sometimes called Asian mahogany. Check out the gallery above to see close-ups of the piece--it looks almost as if the wood is seeping into the ground. Stats for Dripping Wooden Sculptures Trending: Older & Mild
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