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My White Trash Family by Kim Alsbrooks

Historical Fine Oil Portraits on Crumpled Trash by Kim Alsbrooks trash portraits painting

For the past ten years Philadelphia-based artist Kim Alsbrooks has been painting miniature portraits on trash. Her series “My White Trash Family” began when she became interested in historical biases in art, and specifically portraits painted during the watercolor on ivory era (17th-18th century).

“My White Trash Family” Paintings on Discarded Beer Cans by Artist Kim Alsbrooks

For the past ten years Philadelphia-based artist Kim Alsbrooks has been painting miniature portraits on trash. Her series My White Trash

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Kim Alsbrooks - Contemporary Artist - “My White Trash Family" - Portraits on discarded Beer Cans

Paintings on discarded beer cans by Kim Alsbrooks.

“My White Trash Family” Paintings on Discarded Beer Cans by Artist Kim Alsbrooks

Kim Alsbrooks, "My White Trash Family", paintings on beer cans

“My White Trash Family” Paintings on Discarded Beer Cans by Artist Kim Alsbrooks

Philadelphia-based artist Kim Alsbrooks has been painting exquisite miniature portraits on discarded flattened beer cans for the past 10 years.

Kim Alsbrooks’ Exquisite Portraits Painted on 600 Flattened Beer Cans

Kim Alsbrooks' Exquisite Portraits Painted on 600 Flattened Beer Cans

Kim Alsbrooks’ Exquisite Portraits Painted on 600 Flattened Beer Cans

Marans Hahn - Artwork by Anja Wülfing (@AnjaWuelfing)  Öl auf Foto | 2016

Oil Paintings That Integrate Oversized Animals Into Found Vintage Photographs by Anja Wülfing

The heads atop each of these surreal graphite portraits seem to act as a canvas in and of themselves, as entire scenes and landscapes spill forth from each oversized face. Drawn by Austrian artist Stefan Zsaitsits (previously), each piece seems to depict an individual who is literally or figurativel

Graphite Portraits of People Inconvenienced by Objects and Thoughts by Stefan Zsaitsits

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