The first presentation for the new CAS Season is by Bruce Wood
Title: “Seeing through the eyes of an artist.”
Discovering shape, patterns and texture in everyday life and turning it into artworks. The idea behind found art is that the piece of art derives its significance from the context into which it is put. Found art blurs the traditional lines of what is art and questions the very nature of art itself. Found objects are often used by artists and are repurposed to create their unique pieces of art.
“I love the challenge of taking discarded items and assembling them in a fashion that looks like they naturally belonged together.”