SERIES 9: THE ART OF RECYCLING

  • Calder Kamin

    Artist, educator and advocate, Calder Kamin transforms trash into beautifully crafted creatures and opportunities to engage a new generation of creative problem solvers. Nature’s endless ability to reuse and adapt motivates her to eliminate waste and reimagine it as art. Her creative reuse art projects and public workshops have traveled to museums across the U.S. including The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, The American Museum of Natural History, The i.d.e.a. Museum, and the Galveston Arts Center.

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  • Khalil Chishtee

    Born in Lahore, Pakistan, Khalil Chishtee is a visual artist based in New York City. Using shredded, bunched, bungled, and knotted plastic bags, Khalil Chishtee creates evocative figural sculptures imbued with emotional tension/ Chishtee mostly works only with the bags themselves, constructing his sculptures by artfully manipulating the plastic as if he were working with clay.

     

     

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  • Emma Balder

    Emma Balder is a visual artist whose current work unveils beauty in the neglected or forgotten, representing the experience of transformation. Her fiber paintings breathe new life into the smallest parts of textile waste, reassigning the fibers as a medium that functions like graphite or paint.

     

     

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SERIES 9: THE ART OF RECYCLING

Calder Kamin

Artist, educator and advocate, Calder Kamin transforms trash into beautifully crafted creatures and opportunities to engage a new generation of creative problem solvers. Nature’s endless ability to reuse and adapt motivates her to eliminate waste and reimagine it as art. Her creative reuse art projects and public workshops have traveled to museums across the U.S. including The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, The American Museum of Natural History, The i.d.e.a. Museum, and the Galveston Arts Center.

Khalil Chishtee

Born in Lahore, Pakistan, Khalil Chishtee is a visual artist based in New York City. Using shredded, bunched, bungled, and knotted plastic bags, Khalil Chishtee creates evocative figural sculptures imbued with emotional tension/ Chishtee mostly works only with the bags themselves, constructing his sculptures by artfully manipulating the plastic as if he were working with clay.

Emma Balder

Emma Balder is a visual artist whose current work unveils beauty in the neglected or forgotten, representing the experience of transformation. Her fiber paintings breathe new life into the smallest parts of textile waste, reassigning the fibers as a medium that functions like graphite or paint.

SERIES 9: THE ART OF RECYCLING

Calder Kamin

Artist, educator and advocate, Calder Kamin transforms trash into beautifully crafted creatures and opportunities to engage a new generation of creative problem solvers. Nature’s endless ability to reuse and adapt motivates her to eliminate waste and reimagine it as art. Her creative reuse art projects and public workshops have traveled to museums across the U.S. including The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, The American Museum of Natural History, The i.d.e.a. Museum, and the Galveston Arts Center.

Khalil Chishtee

Born in Lahore, Pakistan, Khalil Chishtee is a visual artist based in New York City. Using shredded, bunched, bungled, and knotted plastic bags, Khalil Chishtee creates evocative figural sculptures imbued with emotional tension/ Chishtee mostly works only with the bags themselves, constructing his sculptures by artfully manipulating the plastic as if he were working with clay.

Emma Balder

Emma Balder is a visual artist whose current work unveils beauty in the neglected or forgotten, representing the experience of transformation. Her fiber paintings breathe new life into the smallest parts of textile waste, reassigning the fibers as a medium that functions like graphite or paint.

  • Calder Kamin

    Artist, educator and advocate, Calder Kamin transforms trash into beautifully crafted creatures and opportunities to engage a new generation of creative problem solvers. Nature’s endless ability to reuse and adapt motivates her to eliminate waste and reimagine it as art. Her creative reuse art projects and public workshops have traveled to museums across the U.S. including The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, The American Museum of Natural History, The i.d.e.a. Museum, and the Galveston Arts Center.

    calder-1-2_grande
  • Khalil Chishtee

    Born in Lahore, Pakistan, Khalil Chishtee is a visual artist based in New York City. Using shredded, bunched, bungled, and knotted plastic bags, Khalil Chishtee creates evocative figural sculptures imbued with emotional tension/ Chishtee mostly works only with the bags themselves, constructing his sculptures by artfully manipulating the plastic as if he were working with clay.

     

     

    58f7e8611ea65e62836e8c3c6ae598f0
  • Emma Balder

    Emma Balder is a visual artist whose current work unveils beauty in the neglected or forgotten, representing the experience of transformation. Her fiber paintings breathe new life into the smallest parts of textile waste, reassigning the fibers as a medium that functions like graphite or paint.

     

     

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