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Jim Behrman loves building robots from old found objects. 


He collected toy robots for years until I saw a picture of a man and a huge robot made from his wrecked car. He decided to try and make my own smaller robots from things that were not made to be a robot, but put together a certain way would look like a robot. 


He had an knack for tearing things apart to see what makes them tick, so now he looks at the parts differently and sees arms, legs, bodies and heads. And this was the beginning of his robot art.


Each piece has it’s own personality and is one of a kind. I found that the older the parts, the more character it has.


One of my greatest joys is watching people when they see my art for the first time. They spend time exploring the vintage parts, the personality I bring to each one and the craftsmanship that goes into every piece. My favorite compliment of all is “thank you for your art, it makes me smile.”

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Rhode Island Hotel photo courtesy of Parker Area Historical Society Copyright 2018. All rights reserved. 

 

Browncoat Waystation is a FUNDRAISING PROJECT of Beautiful Minds Educational Services. Proceeds will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.

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