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The Fantastical Tricycles of Sergio Garcia

Sergio Garcia dabbles in many artistic disciplines, but the core of his work is a desire to alienate his viewers from the familiar. Garcia takes mundane objects as a starting point and artfully manipulates them until they take on new meanings. Stripped of their functionality, the tricycles in his newest series of sculptures are reborn as whimsical, cartoonish vehicles that evoke the imaginative games of childhood. Garcia is currently preparing for a group show at Known gallery in L.A. and working on a solo show at Kirk Hopper Fine Art in Dallas, Texas. Take a look at some of his latest works after the jump.

Sergio Garcia dabbles in many artistic disciplines, but the core of his work is a desire to alienate his viewers from the familiar. Garcia takes mundane objects as a starting point and artfully manipulates them until they take on new meanings. Stripped of their functionality, the tricycles in his newest series of sculptures are reborn as whimsical, cartoonish vehicles that evoke the imaginative games of childhood. Garcia is currently preparing for a group show at Known gallery in L.A. and working on a solo show at Kirk Hopper Fine Art in Dallas, Texas. Take a look at some of his latest works below, images courtesy of Sergio Garcia.

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