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Monday, September 27, 2010

Reusable Usables

For all who love to go green and to recyle, here is a site for you; http://www.reusableusables.org/blog/view/166/new_arrivals/?b=1&blog=101&blogid=166&err=-2. It belongs to Reusable Usables, and it is the brainchild of a school mate of mine! She has done wonders with materials that would otherwise end up in a landfill. Everything is donated, and superclean. There are art materials, art works, classes, inspiration for all, and a childrens art studio. The whole place is set up in a wonderful old 1860s house overlooking a great river.

Visit the site, check out the slide show. Those of us who love art from found objects must go. All materials are free; there is merely a donation/deposit policy, much like you would pay to join a library.

Happy art and happy recycling.

Also, check out Dr. E's Doll Museum, wwwwdollmuseum.blogspot

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