Recent Projects Using Recycled Materials

This lovely lady evolved from a found palm frond, a curtain rod loop, wooden beads, and raffia.  Her mouth, a slight scratch in the frond, was already there.
This lovely lady evolved from a found palm frond, a curtain rod loop, wooden beads, and raffia. Her mouth, a slight scratch in the frond, was already there.
Using a laundry soap bottle, reclaimed foam scraps, poker chips, and vegetable netting, this fish comes from a sea of recycled materials.
Using a laundry soap bottle, reclaimed foam scraps, poker chips, and vegetable netting, this fish comes from a sea of recycled materials.
Students at Aseltine School worked with Rare Hare Studio to create an ocean of fish made from scrap materials and was featured at the school's arts festival.
Students at Aseltine School worked with Rare Hare Studio to create an ocean of fish made from scrap materials and was featured at the school's arts festival.

 

This young lady attended a Frida Kahlo birthday party and made her own unique version of Frida by collaging reclaimed yarn, fabric, satin flowers and beads.  Guests then made a big bead necklace in the style that Frida used to wear.
This young lady attended a Frida Kahlo birthday party and made her own unique version of Frida by collaging reclaimed yarn, fabric, satin flowers and beads. Guests then made a big bead necklace in the style that Frida used to wear.

Family Nature and Creativity

This amazing creation was made by a 6th grade student.
This amazing creation was made by a 6th grade student.

This family class provided a chance for everyone to explore materials from nature. There were Mom and Dads and kids of all ages using bark, shells, beach glass, seed pods, branches, pine cones and more to create mini environments, mobiles, and sculptures, such as this face and bird.

One Dad used drift wood, bark, and sand dollars to make this face.
One Dad used drift wood, bark, and sand dollars to make this face.

 

This piece of drift wood said "beak" to a partipating Mom, and thus, the bird was born!
This piece of drift wood said "beak" to a partipating Mom, and thus, the bird was born!