Recycling art. Echi Aaberg recent works. Isabel del Rio review

Recycling art. Echi Aaberg recent works. Isabel del Rio review
Isabel del Rio

Recycling Art. Hoppla and Golfioso pieces. Isabel del Rio Review.

Recycling art. Golfioso 'flowers' by Echi Aaberg

Recycling art. Golfioso ‘flowers’ by Echi Aaberg

Recycling and Art. Echi Aaberg recent works: Hoppla and Golfioso. Review by Isabel del Rio.

‘Art is everywhere’, this is Yareah magazine motto and conviction. Because Art is the only little (but important) characteristic which marks a difference between mankind and the rest of the living beings. Art is within us all along and we should discover it in the face of our neighbors, in the different places we visit, in the air and its multiple transparencies.

‘Every child is an artist,’ Picasso said, ‘the difficult thing is to remain being an artist when you are an adult,’ he concluded.

Yes, some times our hard materialistic life forces us to forget our spirit, our generous objectives, our fantastic nature, and we cease to be artists to be wanton producers.

However, when a person keeps on being an artist, then ‘art is everywhere.’

Recycling art. Hoppla by Echi Aaberg

Recycling art. Hoppla by Echi Aaberg

Yareah magazine has published several times Echi Aaberg artwork: her Abstract paintings, her thoughts and wishes, her unreal portraits… However, today we are going to honor other little pieces of recycling material.

The first one is a chair, a Lucky Chair, titled ‘Hoppla’, a dream of childish comics to give luck to an artist boy: her son.

The second piece is titled ‘Golfioso’. Echi Aaberg bought 800 old golf balls during years. Initially, it was a collection (for a friend). Finally, a piece of art to be placed in the garden, directly in the earth or, as she has enclosed, in a decorative vase to brighten your home… They look really cool, don’t they?

Have you got artistic ideas about recycling? Tell us because, you know, ‘art is everywhere’ and waiting for everybody.

Have a nice day!

Congratulations, Echi, keep on being a ‘Child’!

Read also: Current Art. Interview with Echi Aaberg and Abstract Art with Echi Aaberg

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