Industrial artist combines textile and metal work techniques with recycling to transform everyday items into art pieces. Come learn and explore this unique eco art experience. Recycling is an important factor in conserving natural resources and greatly contributes towards improving the environment. You may be amazed at what we can make from a tin can, scraps of wood, mesh, fabric, odd buttons. Maybe you have some spare lootbag contents, no need to dispose of them, try repurposing them into children’s artwork.
Look at what we made from just 1 repurposed envelope!
These days greetings cards are works of art, even the envelopes are made with highly decorative lining papers. A treasure chest of beautiful layers just waiting to be upcycled into your own unique work of art.
And look at this old frog notepad toy, if your kids have outgrown it, look carefully at the treasure trove of reusable elements in anything.
Do you see an old ripped notepad board? We see an awesome 3d flower, good quality thick sturdy craft foam, laminated green glossy card for cutting small details, even a foam Easter egg and better still, it’s all for free.
Art is free – its all around us.
Do you see a tangled mess destined for garbage? We see a cluster of creative cords just waiting to be transformed into a textured frame. Look what we made from this nest of silk threads!