Andrew Furst

Happy – Found Art

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Happy – This found art, inspired by Austin Kleon, arises from a new daily meditation practice – blackout (or in this case black, red, and yellow out) poetry. I’ve taken a book about Lee Hood (a pioneer in the fields of genetics) and, one page at a time, I search for and find poems. I suspect one or more of this series will end up in the mailboxes of my Patreon supporters.

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Life in a Crowd – Found Art

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Life in a Crowd – This found art, inspired by Austin Kleon, arises from a new daily meditation practice – blackout (or in this case yellow out) poetry. I’ve taken a book about Lee Hood (a pioneer in the fields of genetics) and, one page at a time, I search for and find poems. I suspect one or more of this series will end up in the mailboxes of my Patreon supporters.

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Love & Courage – Found Art

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Love & Courage – This found art, inspired by Austin Kleon, arises from a new daily meditation practice – blackout (or in this case yellow out) poetry. I’ve taken a book about Lee Hood (a pioneer in the fields of genetics) and, one page at a time, I search for and find poems. I suspect one or more of this series will end up in the mailboxes of my Patreon supporters.

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In the Mail – The Broken Glass Art Project

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The first 18 images are in the mail (e- and/or snail-). A good start, but more would be better.  I’m really excited about this project, I’m hoping for a little of the same and a little in the category I like to call “something completely different”. What do you mean completely different?  I’m looking for some real off the wall approaches to responding to this call for art.  First, since participants are keeping the art (past projects the art was mailed on post cards) the format that I get it…read more

Ideas For the Broken Glass Art Project

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I’ve already gotten some good questions about the Broken Glass Art Project. In response I’ve put together a list of ideas. The first question was this:  Do I have to use broken glass in my art work? Here’s my response: You certainly don’t need to use glass.  But you could. Or you could: paint on it, fold it into origami, make it part of a collage, extend or highlight some of the lines to emphasize an image that you see in the mishmash, you could make a t-shirt out of it,…read more

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