Sunday, May 03, 2009


Originally uploaded by Ontario Wanderer

These were the tools at one of the benches of the artist Leo D’Lázaro in Havana, Cuba. His studio was on one of the main streets in Old Havana and open to the public. He had a great variety of paintings, sculptures, and installation type art using many objects that he had found on the streets. It was art from "garbage" and found materials.

1 comment:

Jenn Jilks said...

At my dad's funeral I quoted, "He who dies with the most tools, wins."
My Dad won. He never threw anything out. I had no room and had to sell them at auction. OK, I actually have no skills and cannot use them. They ought to be put to good use!