Art has no limit, and artists can use any medium that they wanted. Ann Scango is one of those artists who is using various media to create an artwork. She is from Austin, Texas, and she is a celebrated artist who has a specialization in creating sculptures and collages. She is also credited for innovating several molding techniques, transforming it to her advantage. Most of the time, Ann Scango is using a medium that was produced by the industry, and she is trying to minimize the number of pollutants and trash in the environment that is why she decided to change her media in creating art. Back at her gallery in Austin, she recently opened up a new collection to be viewed by visitors, called the Scango Collection. It is a gallery that promotes artworks created by female artists. It also celebrates the artistic capability of women, and why they are important in the field of art.
From 2010 to 2015, Ann Scango was an active participant at the Firestar Austin Fellowship. Joining the event managed to give her additional knowledge to be a better artist. The idea to open up the Scango Collection is to promote the rights of women living in Texas. She is happy with the increasing number of visitors checking out her artwork, and she has also been featured in several magazines because of her talent in making artwork. Her artworks are known around the city, as she is the only one which uses complex 3D models as a basis for her artwork.
Aside from displaying her artwork to the public, she is also asking them to be responsible for taking care of the environment. In her artworks, she has been using junks and transforming it into masterpieces. Ann Scango wanted to encourage the public to stop using plastics and other related products because it would destroy the environment. One of the most recent posts of Ann Scango from her social media accounts features different colored straws that would be recycled by her. She wanted to minimize the dumping of garbage and wanted the people to learn how they could recycle at home and turn it into artworks.