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My passion for working with metal and mechanical objects has been essential in the evolution of my art. It provides me an avenue to express myself in a way that brings new life to materials such as typewriters, adding machines and old computers – technology that would normally end up in a landfill. My mission is to create dialogue and help find creative, environmentally sound ways of re-purposing e-waste.
“sculptural assemblage constructed from discarded materials, as glass, scrap metal, plastic, and wood.”
Gabriel specializes in high end upcycled sculptures ranging from as small as a figurine to larger than six feet tall. With experience as early as mid 1990’s, Gabriel has designed and created many Upcycled Sculptures.
All his designs are original creations constructed from nothing more than outdated technology that he finds and puts together into any various creative formation.
For pricing visit my website gabrieldishaw.com or contact me directly at email@example.com
This video provides insight into Gabriel Dishaw\'s creative process as it and how he got stared creating art out of upcycled materials. Gabriel Dishaw is an upcycler and sculptor located in Indianapolis Indiana. His pieces are in private and public collections throughout world you can see all of Gabriel\'s creations at gabrieldishaw.com
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