All artists have their own unique and creative way of reflecting themselves through art. New York based artist and photographer Sarah Rosado also has her own style but a little extraordinary with her choice of material. She uses dirt that she scavenged from parks to shape everyday objects on a white background and then takes their photos to keep her short-term sculptures forever. In her interview with DVRCTY, Rosado explains her message like this:
Happiness, laughter, positive awareness of our environment, the beauty of our world and social issues. For example, one of my works show a gun with a twisted barrel pointing upward with little hearts emitting from it rather than bullets, as a symbol of peace, love not violence, or the image of the little ants carrying leftover bread, showing how unaware humans are about how discarded food is useful to those we are unaware of…Like the Cinderella story, you can turn something ugly into something beautiful, even if for a moment. The picture is the happy ending.
Visit her website to keep up with her work which is still going on.