Scrap Artist Lucky Salayog

Scrap Artist Lucky Salayog

We write alot about local scrap metal artist, which is great, but if we really want to expand or knowledge, we need to look far away..all the way to say..the Philippines. Sure why not, we have tons of desert type artist, some only make scrap metal art that look like horses, birds and bikes. Scrap artist Lucky Salayog , is from the Philippines.

 Scrap Artist Lucky Salayog

Young scrap artist Lucky Salayog uses everyday items to create his visions. Yes, thye are visions. Some of his masterpieces have come to him in his dreams. Dreams like that have to come to a visual 3-d experience. Lucky uses old bicycles, wire, piping and whatever he can find to create works of art in the garage of his parents home, which he makes his studio. His parents hang all the artwork proudly in their home.

Even at his young age, he has his own studio and his own exhibitions, and artwork for sale. If you wish to connect with Lucky, here is his Face Book page-https://www.facebook.com/lucky.salayog.9 .

Lucky is now a large part of Filipino artist using their skills to support the artist in their community as well as branch out into other forms of artistry such as home furniture design as well as landscape design.

Lucky is also part of even a bigger group of artist that create kinetic art, though nothing new, it has seen a recent resurgence in the steampunk movement in art. We look forward to mork work s of art from Lucky Salayog as well as many, many other artist across the world that use scrap metal for more than trash or something they just sell, they create something beautiful we can all enjoy and look forward to more to come from our newest artist and all his magical art from his dreams.