The fragility of abandoned trash preserved, collection exhibited as ‘Wood Sculpture’

The fragility of abandoned trash preserved, collection exhibited as ‘Wood Sculpture’

Matt Johnson is one of the most eccentric young artists that come from New York. He has had many successful projects and exhibits before, but his latest one may top his list. Entitled Wood Sculpture, it simply is that: pieces of trashed, abandoned, disfigured pieces of wood that has been repurposed to show the “fragile” side of his pieces.

303 Gallery in New York currently houses the exhibit, which is quickly gaining traction from art lovers and curious fans. This takes Johnson back home. Although currently residing in Los Angeles (where he also studied his art), the artist was born in New York. It will be a sweet homecoming for the sculptor as his amazing art is featured in one of the top galleries in the area. Take a look at the photos of some of his installations and sculptures featured in the exhibition below. You can learn more about the artwork from the gallery’s website.

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