Phoenix, AZ, February 11, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- After 34 years of creating beautiful mosaic masterpieces from aluminum cans, Jeff Ivanhoe’s art continues to amaze and mesmerize people from all over the world.
Ivanhoe is the only one in the world who creates mosaics from aluminum. He was also a pioneer in recycling aluminum cans to create his works in the early ’80s. During a successful career, Ivanhoe’s art has been featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not!—appearing in national newspapers, and has been showcased in galleries and magazines worldwide. Some of his work has also made it into the private collections of several celebrities.
Ivanhoe’s legacy is to be known as a one-of-a-kind artist. As he puts it, “Just think … two hundred years from now, my son’s son’s son will probably have one of my pieces. Someone may even ask, what crazy person did this? That is what it’s all about.”
When you first look at Ivanhoe’s art, you’re attracted and intrigued by its beauty, as you begin to move closer, you start to notice that there’s something different about it. When you’re right in front of it, you come to a realization that it’s made out of pieces of aluminum cans.
It’s truly amazing how Ivanhoe can cut out pieces from various types of aluminum cans such as soda and beer cans to create classic roadsters, iconic portraits, or places.
“After 34 years of creating this unique type of art—and the overwhelming response that I have received, it has furthered fueled my desire and passion to create even more unique pieces,” says Ivanhoe.
About Jeff Ivanhoe
Jeff Ivanhoe has been producing incredible art pieces since 1981. He studied art at the University of Arizona and ultimately became a graphic artist who went to work in the advertising field. He also worked with several celebrities, such as Julie Andrews, Bill Bixby and E.G. Marshall, setting up promotional sets for them.