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Fine Art » Sculpture » J.K. Brown 66 Amazing Scrap Metal Sculptures By British Sculptor J.K. Brown England, Sculpture 10,092 Views ◄ Back Next ► J.K. Brown is a sculptor based in West Wales, England who is known internationally for transforming everyday waste metal into astonishingly realistic animal forms. Having studied Fine Art Painting at Cheltenham Art College under Prof. Anita Taylor and Metal Casting and Welding at West Wales School of the Arts with sculptor Andy Griffiths his works have multidisciplinary qualities that transcend ordinary expectations of metal art. Brown’s work has been included in many collections internationally. It has been exhibited with Andy Warhol photographs, sold alongside Armand Guillaumin paintings and displayed with fine antiques. His work has also featured in exhibitions of international contemporary artists and exhibited in Windsor Great Park, London. In 2017 J.K. Brown has been invited to be part of an exclusive project featuring a line-up of emerging contemporary artists from Italy, America, Japan & Iran. The amazing animal sculptures an artist makes from bits of scrap metal By Tyler Mears|Dec. 26th, 2015 They say one man’s rubbish is another man’s treasure – but it’s hard to believe many people could perform the magic that John Kennedy Brown does with scrap metal. John, 36, from West Wales, known by many as JK Brown, creates amazing art out of bits of scrap metal that have been fly-tipped or washed up on beaches. He patiently reassembles the odds and ends he finds into sculptures reflecting the natural world around him. John Kennedy Brown, from West Wales, known by many as JK Brown, repurposes bits of scrap metal that have been thrown away. John, from Llanarth in Ceredigion , said: “I have lived in rural West Wales for the past eight years. This peaceful part of the country is known for being a precious habitat for its native wildlife, which is of constant inspiration to me. John Kennedy Brown, from West Wales, known by many as JK Brown, repurposes bits of scrap metal that have been thrown away. “For as long as I can remember I have loved animals (especially in the wild) and I have been drawing, making and creating as a way of celebrating the beauty of the natural world. John Kennedy Brown, from West Wales, known by many as JK Brown, repurposes bits of scrap metal that have been thrown away. “I studied sculpture at West Wales School of the Arts, in Carmarthen, and that’s where I learned to weld. Unfortunately I had to give up my studies before I completed my degree. John Kennedy Brown, from West Wales, known by many as JK Brown, repurposes bits of scrap metal that have been thrown away. “I managed to buy a cheap welder from a yard sale, and made a few quick pieces in my spare time, which got a good response online. “That gave me the inertia to keep making sculpture and I haven’t stopped since then and now it’s my full time work, which I support my family with. John Kennedy Brown, from West Wales, known by many as JK Brown, repurposes bits of scrap metal that have been thrown away. “Often when I’m out walking, I pick up fragments of metal that have been thrown away. Sometimes fly-tipped or washed up on beaches, I reassemble these pieces into monuments to the natural world around me.” John Kennedy Brown, from West Wales, known by many as JK Brown, repurposes bits of scrap metal that have been thrown away. Can you believe this is not a real Magpie? Like other scrap metal art, Brown’s works take a considerable amount of time and skill to complete. His most popular works are the welded butterflies, which Brown says represents metamorphosis. John Kennedy Brown, from West Wales, known by many as JK Brown, repurposes bits of scrap metal that have been thrown away. “I like to think that the buyers are people seeking an emblem of beauty transcending endless consumption,” Brown said. The butterflies are meticulously painted and shaped in the likeness of specific species, such as the Holly Blue and Red Admiral butterflies. Brown also creates many other welded creatures, including a variety of insects, birds, frogs, horses, and snakes, many of which were inspired by local fauna like the endangered Adder. Brown’s pieces are currently on show at the Living Art gallery in Hungerford. Source: https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/not-real-animals-sculptures-made-10653178 More about J.K Brown: I’ve always wanted to be an artist. As a child I used my imagination for entertainment. I drew, painted and made things, nothing made me quite so happy. The natural world is of constant inspiration for me. In it I see a resource which seems endless. Scrap metal appeals to me particularly because of its abundance, low price and versatility. I love the idea of deconstructing obsolete objects which were once brand new, desirable, shiny products and reconfiguring them to have new meaning and purpose. I use almost exclusively waste material – occasionally I have to buy metal, but I try to make this second hand. Quite often I use metal that I have simply found lying around on the beach or in the woods, there is quite a lot of ‘fly-tipping’ here. Less Education: Fine Art Painting at Cheltenham Art College under Professor Anita Taylor and Metal Casting and Welding at West Wales School of the Arts with sculptor Andy Griffiths J.K. Brown’s Website Share: 88Save Related 40 Creative Metal Sculptures by American Artist Matt Wilson February 16, 2019 In “Sculpture” 40 Watercolor Paintings by Stephen Scott Young June 13, 2019 In “USA” 50 Selected Paintings by Polish Artist Zdzisław Beksiński July 17, 2019 In “Paintings” . View more at: https://wooarts.com/j-k-brown/?fbclid=IwAR21qBWrsQ3PgZr8IFs5Zy1DfhbZTaSeigyvPYHoLWltMzIA3RWwn1uis1Q
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