Monthly Archives: October 2012

Upcycling Article / Milwaukee Journal / Mike Smith

Upcycling/recycling is becoming more mainstream! Upcyclers give new life to items that might otherwise be tossed. Angela Peterson Michael Smith is an artist who uses re-purposed materials to make pieces of art, such as this little free library at his … Continue reading

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Artist of the Day / Elisabeth Cummings / Australia

I’ve been looking at some Australian painters that I’ve found at http://paintlater.wordpress.com.   Cummings is the first one I’m posting.

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Originally posted on e MORFES:
Louisiana swampscapes photography by David Chauvin. For many that have never had the good fortune to experience this difficult environment first hand, the word “swamp” can evoke negative emotions. I hope the images on these…

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Best Postal Worker Artist? / Kermit Oliver / Waco, Texas

I came across this article, and just had to post it!  From ‘Inside Wealth’ Source: Hermes Hermes scarf with “Pony Express,” by Kermit Oliver. We tend to think of Hermes scarves as being designed by European masters – the giants of Old World painting … Continue reading

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Artist of the Day / Chris Lawley / Wales

I love Chris’ statement so much that I might have posted it even without the evidence of his interesting work. “Rusting, corroding and disintegrating found metal objects inspire my practice. As the form related to their functions wanes with decay, … Continue reading

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