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Jaime Freestone

Since 2013 Jaime has been working on perfecting his own unique style of art. Inspired to transform old materials into something new. Often he creates sculptural pieces made from unconventional materials that have been collected and found while on his travels. Even going as far as learning Taxidermy to use in his projects.

Since moving to Fenners in November 2016 he has contiuned to experiment with other materials. Currently exploring with fabric paint, using second hand garments as canvas to completely transform them into wearable art pieces. Hoping to highlight the problems of waste and its affects on the planet while forever challenging the ideas of what art is.

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