Category Archives: Re-Claimed Materials

Mary Lou Sullivan

I create art to express emotion, and to hopefully communicate emotions to others. It is a great joy to me when people tell me that my art has “touched” them in some way. My collages are often ambiguous or mysterious, and invite the viewer to interpret the story that is being told through them.

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Anita Reuther

I believe it was during my High School years that being creative became a compelling necessity. That inner voice is becoming stronger with age and now is opening up many new avenues to pursue. Being spontaneous and totally engrossed in creating art is a direction I am embracing.

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Jo Dee Post

I have always loved the fine details in art. Colors and textures are what excite me the most when I work on a piece. I am also passionate about repurposing antiques and other unused items. I enjoy the creative challenge that comes with transforming something old and forgotten into something beautiful and loved. My passions converge in my beaded baskets, painted vinyl record bowls/wall art, and vintage glassware.

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Patti Nelson

Patti Nelson

I am mostly self-taught.

I seem to connect with the spirit of my subject: the emotion, charm, personality & intention of each animal, tree, barn, water, etc.

My goal is for the viewer to feel my artwork as a living entity.Bone photo patti nelson

Patti Nelson
503-896-0492
crawfishcreations@aol.com

Tom Bliquez

tom-bliquez-1I have lived in Oregon my whole life and in Oregon City for the past 21 years. I am a self-trained woodworker and was influenced at a very young age. Recently I have found my true passion…….building unique, functional, rustic artwork out of reclaimed wood.

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