27 Feb '17, 9am

Rusty shovel heads transformed into delicate lace-inspired sculptures

Rusty shovel heads transformed into delicate lace-inspired sculptures

Formerly a drafter in the petroleum industry, Bizot returned to Loyola New Orleans to pursue a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a focus on sculpture. Her interest in found objects , particularly metals, sparked her metalworking craft and love of transforming discarded junk and debris found in New Orleans into beautiful sculptures. In addition to her reworked shovel heads and other sculptures, Bizot also creates more functional pieces such as metal room dividers and handmade tables.

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