A woman takes a close look at the Lego sculpture of a tiger by brick artist Nathan Sawaya.
Niloufar Saleem, Gulf Today
Brick artist Nathan Sawaya exhibited his impeccable artwork using the popular toy Lego as his medium in Los Angeles.
"The Art of The Brick" by the contemprory artist took place at the California Science Center.
It took 4 years and and one million of Lego bricks to complete the exhibit.
"The Art of The Brick" is part of "Pernicem: The Endangered Species Connections" which opened on Earth day.
Some of the work included flamingo, tiger, parrot, whale, giraffe and many more wildlife animals.
Nathan Sawaya has won numerous awards for his artwork over the years.
The talented brick artist attended New York University and worked as a corporate attorney for New York City before following his dream of becoming an artist.
Sawaya lives and works between his two studios in New York City and Los Angeles.
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