British artist Jane Perkins worked as a nurse in a London hospital for 17 years until she decided to try her hand at art. Difficult to say sorry if missed time. Perhaps this, it was necessary to gather life experience, which later came in handy. In 2006, Jane Perkins gets her degree, defended the project â€œArt and Design from Recycled Materials.” Her first artwork was brooches to portraits, using recycled materials. However, over time, she decided to move to a more ambitious art and began to work of all sorts of portraits. According to the artist, she found inspiration in the entire galaxy of Ecuadorian artists, applying the principle of using old unwanted things in their new artworks.
Jane Perkins creates beautiful and realistic artworks with thousands of found objects such as buttons, empty bottles, and other wasted materials. Now, she can make a masterpiece using only junks. We appreciate her astounding recycled artworks because this is possibly the best way to recycle and save our planet.