These amazing artworks by Kirsten Hassenfeld were created using materials found from thrift stores, sidewalks, and junk drawers.
Unlike most art pieces of this genre, these featured works will definitely fit in at an upscale art gallery. Kirsten Hassenfeld combines the spontaneity of found object art with the regal clean presentation of gallery works and installations, making each piece truly unique.
Implications - As we continue our progression into the digital age, it shouldn't be a surprise that pieces like this are beginning to deftly blend a traditional art aesthetic with environmentally friendly concepts. Kirsten Hassenfeld has blazed a new path, though, becoming one of the first to create a path so gorgeous and organic.
Kirsten Hassenfeld Creates Breathtaking Works from Discarded Items
1. Upcycled Artworks - The trend of creating artworks using discarded items and found objects, not only creates unique pieces but also creates awareness of environmental sustainability.
2. Mixed Media Artistry - Combining the spontaneity of found object art with the regal clean presentation of gallery works creates a new genre of mixed media artistry.
3. Environmental Art Movement - Artists are blazing new paths and creating gorgeous and organic pieces, becoming some of the first in the Environmental Art Movement.
1. Art - The art industry has the opportunity to embrace sustainability by creating unique artworks from upcycled materials.
2. Environmental Sustainability - The Environmental Sustainability industry can incorporate art as a means of raising awareness and promoting sustainability through its unique and creative perspective.
3. Interior Design - Interior designers can integrate mixed media artistry into their designs, creating unique and remarkable spaces and contributing to the environmental art movement.