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April 25, 2017 AT 3:00 pm

These Steampunk Sculptures are Made from Antiques and Metal #ArtTuesday

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From ArtistArtas.com via boredpanda, translated with Google Translate:

A few years ago I plunge into a new artistic field. She took control of me, barely knew her. It is very strange, mystical and full of uncertainty, unexpected solutions and discoveries of art, embraces in one word steampunk. Creation using the most diverse materials, from household items to anyone antiquities unnecessary garbage. I am pleased that thrown out, intended to be destroyed object, it may help to transform, giving him the opportunity to exist in another form, in another form, as if extending its presence already in artistic expression. Presents the works, advertises mainly in the Internet space. My works have been acquired by Lithuanian, Dutch, German, American, Australian country style steampunk fans. I want to share with you their created works and I hope that it will find itself.

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