Exuding dark innovation with a playful twist is our way to describe the artistic creativity of Johnston Foster. He created wall mounted masks and other sculptures each having a greatly expressive make up with their creations of random bits from deposits including hair brushes, shoes, car parts, tires and a wide range of other salvaged items. One of his works, a 8 ft mixed media sculptural creation of a delicately crafted skeleton from plastic lawn chairs, is both scary and amazing as the skeleton rides a small pony that was assembled from parts of old pieces and scraps of wood with a swarm of wasps made out of recycled material surrounding the piece. Wow!

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