Amazing Steampunk Sculptures Made from Old Watch Parts


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Susan Beatrice is an artist and sculptor based out of Glassboro, New Jersey, USA. She started All Natural Arts as a celebration of nature in the form of jewelry and other whimsical items. The designs are created with the environment in mind. Recycled, upcycled and repurposed objects are combined with natural elements into unique, Earth-friendly items.

In the series below, we explore Susan’s fascinating sculptures made from old watch parts. Many of them are contained within the restrictive confines of a pocket watch.

You can find all of her amazing creations on her blog and site. If you are interested in a piece of art or jewelry, please contact Susan direct (info [at] allnaturalarts.com). She accepts Paypal and will ship worldwide.

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