“Some people would call it trash,” says artist Lizz Godfroy. “I like to think of it as art supplies.” Godfroy is talking about her FluxBots, a series of more than 50 unique assemblages she makes using antiques. She has experience in the medium, but her older work skewed darker than the Pixar-looking sculptures that have become popular through her online Lily in Flux shop and with customers at her many art show booths. “They feel like they’re going to start talking,” says Godfroy. Alas, despite Godfroy’s creativity, they remain silent—for now.
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Photographs by Aaron M. Conway