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Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
Beautiful Recycling Art by Jane Perkins
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  • 1. British artist Jane Perkins creates beautiful works of art using everyday objects like marbles, toys or buttons picked up from recycling centers, second-hand shops and junkyards. Jane Perkins worked as a nurse for 17 years, in a London hospital, before she decided to explore her artistic talents and got a degree in textiles in 2006. For her graduation thesis the artist chose a topic that would later be associated with her name - “Recycled Materials in Art and Design”. She began her successful career by creating stylish brooches mad with discarded jewelry, coins, sea shells and other found junk, but soon moved on to other more complex and impressive works.

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