2-Dimentional

 

     Found materials such as metal, wood, plastic and enamel are crafted intol durable "Long-Life" surfaces for oil paintings, photographs and drawings to be mounted on.

3-Dimentional

     3-dimensional artwork incorporates the actual objects into the art as opposed to a picture or rendition of it because it better expresses the intention of the artwork. 3-dimensional art is observed in terms of its height, width and depth. It is not flat like two-dimensional art, which consists of paintings, drawings and photographs. Pottery and sculpture are other examples of three-dimensional art.

 

 

Quote from Zer0-Waste Art's Founder;

     "We throw away used pens, razors, tools, appliances, construction waste and a lot more without a thought each and every day, but they’re not without value. Every pound of trash we save and convert to art today will be a valulable object we are leaving behind for our descendants sustainable economy and contemporary-art culture!"

 

TODD BANK, Zer0-Waste Art-Founder

 

Princess of Global Warming
Princess of Global Warming
Yellow Chrysanthemums
Yellow Chrysanthemums
Chicken in a Blue Bonnet
Chicken in a Blue Bonnet
Holly Hart
Holly Hart
The Red Musical Instrument
The Red Musical Instrument
Living in the Janss House
Living in the Janss House
Who Killed the Electric Cross
Who Killed the Electric Cross
Cornholio
Cornholio
Alchemy of Coke
Alchemy of Coke