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Artist Jesse Bromm Creates Amazing Miniature Landscapes From Salvaged Materials
Posted By Helen Morgan On January 23, 2013 @ 4:00 pm In Art,carousel showcase,environmental destruction,Recycled Materials | No Comments
Artist Jesse Bromm  uses salvaged materials  to create amazing miniature landscapes that explore the relationship between humans and the environment. Broom works with a wide array of found objects ranging from glass containers to bones and shotgun shells, and he tops his pieces with miniature figures to show the small size of humans in relation to the larger natural world.
Bromm’s dioramas  explore themes of violence and control through the manipulation of animals and the environment. The landscapes are a haunting reminder of the destruction caused by humanity, and Bromm encases his works in glass containers to shed creative insight on these widespread concerns. To see more of Bromm’s work, take a look at his official website here .
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