|Andrea Oeding with art project|
|Finished Waterfall Art|
|Redmon Picnic Baskets include|
reusable bag for dirty dishes
|Anne Clark with Foot Print|
|Reno High art piece|
There are three floors of work done by school aged children on up through college and local artists. The requirement for this juried exhibit was that entries had to be made of at least 80% recycled materials. What did they do with the vinyls that were inside the album covers? They were turned into flowers! Art instructor Lauren Gandolfo came up with the plan and they turned out to be so outrageously cool people were begging to buy them during the 7.13.14 exhibit opening. To see more images of the gallery along with others mentioned click here. Over 200 pieces accent the library walls professionally curated by Kaitlin Bryson. The exhibit will be on display until September 30th.
But you don't have to leave the beach to find exquisite art made using recycled materials. Here in Wrightsville Beach, NC, Jazz Undy uses debris that he finds on the beach along with other unwanted materials to create 3-D paintings. Looking for quality artwork intertwining 2-D with 3-D and sometimes a touch of humor, you will find it here.
|Jazz Undy's 3-D sailboat with 2-D backdrop|