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Wasted Paint & Created Waste by Bradley Hart

Published Mar 13, 2013

These interesting “recycled” artworks are part of Bradley Hart’s exhibit “What? Where? When? Why? How?”, currently up at gallery nine5 in New York.

“To create his stunning works, Hart reuses discarded materials that litter his artist studio ­- the wasted paint from past series. Hart reuses the syringes; the dried paint in the mixing jar; and the collected drips of paint on the bubble wrap and the drop sheet.

The ‘Wasted Paint & Created Waste’ series (the focus of this exhibit) maintains the legacy of what came before while advancing and evolving the process tocreate something original. These sculptural paintings become a multi-dimensional manifestation of the creative process.”

Bradley Hart’s website gallery nine5’s website

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