The work of Sue Beatrice, an artist based in Glassboro, New Jersey, looks like something out of a fantasy sci-fi novel. She creates steampunk sculptures that would litter the flat of an old Victorian inventor. Yet clearly Sue Beatrice is not from the 18th century. Instead, her art takes on this vintage vibe due to the material it is made out of: the inner parts of watches.
Creating curious animal and human figures, Sue Beatrice often stays in the confines of her medium of choice, the pocket watch. Yet from time to time to goes beyond it. Of course, Sue Beatrice's sculptures are still created on a miniature basis. Beautiful and playful, they will stretch people's imaginations in all the ways that matter.
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