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These Intricate Wildlife Sculptures are Made from Old Watch Parts

 - Sep 30, 2015
References: allnaturalarts.wordpress & mentalfloss
Talented artist Sue Beatrice repurposes old watch parts by transforming them into intricate miniature animal sculptures. The designs are 100% recycled and offer a new way to reuse watch parts that would otherwise be thrown out.

Beatrice works timelessly to pull out the miniature gears and parts of old watches in order to collect a variety of sizes and shaped pieces to use for her sculptures of various animals and everyday objects. The pieces feature items such as cats, violins, mice, sea horses and even dragons with moving parts. The sculptures are part of a series entitled All Natural Arts that captures the beauty of making art from recycled and repurposed materials by turning something unusable into a sculpture.