Friday, September 27, 2013

Weekly Recycle Art Links

Spring Garrett – repurposed neckties and fabric
Blair Somerville – owner and operator of Lost Gypsy Gallery, a sprawling menagerie of kinetic sculptures, automata, and electronic doohickies
Jill Ricci – mixed media collage
Sharon McCartney – mixed media collage
Will Kurtz – life size sculptures from garbage
Daniel Essig – sculptural books
Doug Beube – book arts
Gail  Rieke – collage and assemblage
Ha Schult – trash sculptor and designer of the Trash (Save the Beach) Hotel
Salvaged doors repurposed

Friday, September 20, 2013

Weekly Reycle Art Links

Aurora Robson – sculpture from waste plastic
Miwa Koizumi – enchanting aquarium creatures from plastics
Caroline Saul – sculpture from plastics
Katharine Harvey - scupltural installations are composed of empty bottles and packages
Stuart Haygarth – lighting from discarded everyday items
Guillermo Alvarez Charvel – book sculpture
Natalie Sampson – lamps made from among other things spatulas
Armin Blasbichler – enjoyed his repurposed photo slides
Franc Grom – detailed works using eggs
Eco Art Award competition – deadline November 1

Friday, September 13, 2013

Weekly Recycle Art Links

Natsumi Tomito - animal sculptures
Susanna Bauer – small sculptural objects made by stitching together of natural materials

Henrique Oliveira – huge organic sculptures using scrap wood

Tom Deininger – to watch a typical making of one of his art pieces, check the video making of his self portrait
Marta Klonowska – animals from shattered glass

Karen Cusolito – large metal sculptures using salvaged steel

Whit McLeod – heirloom furniture from reclaimed lumber

Michelle and Nathanial Stitzlein – animal sculptures

Nek Chand Foundation – found sculpture gardens in India

Don Leedy – glass windows from recycled glass

Friday, September 6, 2013

Weekly Recycle Art Links

Jodi Harvey-Brown – book sculptures
Stefano Pilato – fish sculptures
Gerard Cambon – sculpture – enjoyed his locomobiles
James Corbett – car sculptures
Joshua Pennings – metal sculpture
John Taylor – ships
Regine Deneux – raku ceramics embedded with recycled materials
Armand Pierre Fernandez – sculptures made from deconstructing  and reassembling common objects
Andy Goldsworthy - ephemeral sculptures made from elements of nature
Brent Fraser – the video on this man’s studio is a recycler’s eye candy