It was much easier to take photographs this afternoon when the light and access to the works was vastly improved!
“Between the Lines” by Judy Malonvay, made from lobster pot, tangles of fishing lines, shark egg, shell and manmade litter reclaimed from Cullendulla Creek over 4 years.
“Natural Treasure” by Sue Barford, made from recycled woollen blanket, naturally dyed with local vegetation
“Beachtritus” by Mandy Hillson, using aluminium window screen, handmade paper from brown craft paper and hemp, found objects
“Burlesque” by Julie Brennan, recycled garments (bras, camisole, suspenders, knickers, petticoat, hat, trousers, skirt and shawl)
“The Tree that came from Under the Sink” by Davis Crowley, using bedbase, recycled shopping bags and other materials
10 thoughts on “Recycled Junk Art 2”
These are lovely and organic, you can feel the human input 🙂
Glad you got back for more pics!
Wow, these are truly amazing creations, Christine. Love that last one. 🙂
So wonderful and unique. I really like them.
Wonderful work, especially the jacket with natural dyes 🙂
I like “The Tree That Came From Under The Sink.” Both clever and quite pretty!
Wow! Wonderful creativity. Thanks for sharing Christine.
artists help us see things differently, wonderful what they can do!
These are fabulous. Such great creativity! 🙂
Thanks for sharing these, Christine!
Thanks for sharing these, Christine. Wonderful works of repurposed art.