There are up to 12 art works on display at Brisbane City Hall’s Main Conference Room from Nov. 15 through Dec 30. From a San Francisco skyline made of paper pulp, a collage of a kitten in a bed of flowers made from magazine clippings, a relief map of California made from paper pulp and toy animals, a collage of paper pulp and shells from Brisbane Harbor and more, these works demonstrate how art can be made by upcycling materials such as paper, toys, paint, etc. Participating artists produced paper from newspapers and shredded office paper, applied dyes to the pulp and cast it into interesting forms. Many of the works have additional layers of paint, collage materials and found objects attached to the paper surface.
Brisbane City Hall, 50 Park Pl., Brisbane, CA.
Joan Hamedi's sculpture
Linda Hagen's Bowls
Sean Yore's Abstract Paintings
Claudette Molina, Tom Bayne, Joan Hamedi, Linda Hagen
Jacqueline Wong, Yom Bayne, Jerri Sulley, Francine Oremland
Jerri Sulley, Francine Oremland
12 works on the theme of upcycling on display at Brisbane City Hall’s Main Conference Room from Nov. 15 through Dec 30. Reception Wed. Dec. 16, 6-8 PM