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Recycled Metal Sculpture ‘Swish’


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Featured at NOVICA, in association with National Geographic

Recycled metal sculpture, ‘Basketball Swish’

Leaping into the air, a basketball player swishes a shot through the net. Miguel Mejia creates a a whimsical sculpture as he recycles screws, nuts, bolts and metal discards. They find a new life through art.

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Miguel Mejia

“I had to go with my friend to meet the owner of the truck for which those parts were originally intended, and explain to him they were now part of a sculpture.”

“I’m Juan Miguel Mejía Caillahua, born June, 30, 1978 in Lima. I’m a self-taught and impassioned artist, satisfied with the wonderful artistry I carry in my hands. I was only a 13 year-old child when I began to make my own toys, especially gargoyles. I used to tear apart other toys and use their components to create my own versions. That’s how I got into making sculptures, but this time recycling mechanical parts. I have exhibited my work in several places and it makes me very proud to be able to transform even the smallest trinket into a magnificent sculpture.”I would like to send Andean greetings to Novica clients. I would like to thank you for your company and support when you visit this virtual gallery featuring my sculptures. The fact that you can see them from your home fills me with the desire and energy to continue creating more art works.”