Girl with a Pearl Earring by Jane Perkins

Composite 26 March 2015 0 Comments

Jane Perkins takes ordinary objects that she finds in various places and arranges them into something completely new.  Shown below is her recreation of Dutch painter Vermeer’s Girl With a Pearl Earring.   She finds most of her materials at charity shops, boot sales (a kind of flea market popular in the UK), and recycling centers.  Her friends and neighbors donate interesting things that they find as well.  Most of her pieces take about three weeks to complete as she works the found materials into their final form.

Girl With a Pearl Earring by Jane Perkins

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