Paulette Eid

Paulette Eid

Paulette Eid is a visionary artist with a passion for transforming discarded objects into striking works of art. Her mission is to breathe new life into these forgotten treasures and create unique and thought-provoking sculptures that challenge our perceptions of beauty, value, and waste. Through her work, Paulette seeks to raise awareness about the environmental crisis our society is facing, and inspire people to think more deeply about their own impact on the planet.

Paulette’s artistic journey began with a fascination for the potential of found objects. She saw beauty in the unexpected, and found joy in the challenge of transforming something that was once considered worthless into a work of art that could be admired and appreciated. Over time, Paulette developed her own unique style, using a combination of discarded materials such as metal, wood, and plastic to create intricate and striking sculptures that are full of character and meaning.

Paulette’s talent has not gone unnoticed, and she has been recognized for her outstanding work in the field of recycling and upcycling. In fact, she was recently awarded the 1st Prize award in the “Age of Recycling” competition at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Lebanon (MACAM). This accolade is a testament to Paulette’s skill and dedication as an artist, and a validation of her message that even the most seemingly worthless objects can be transformed into something beautiful and meaningful.

Paulette’s work is a celebration of creativity, innovation, and sustainability. Through her sculptures, she invites us to reflect on our relationship with the environment and to consider the impact of our actions on the world around us. Her art is a powerful reminder that beauty can be found in the most unexpected places, and that with a little imagination and ingenuity, anything is possible.

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