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Sun, Apr 07


BrickBox Studios

Hand Full of Change

Art with re-purpose honoring Earth Day

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Hand Full of Change
Hand Full of Change

Time & Location

Apr 07, 2019, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

BrickBox Studios, 1523 Chesapeake Ave, Columbus, OH 43212, USA

About the Event

Please join us in honoring earth day with Brickbox Studios.

A Juried Art Exhibition

Hand Full of Change: Art with re-Purpose

An art show of artists that use recycled/repurposed materials in their work.


April 7, 2019 from 2-4pm

With light hors d'oeuvres & drinks

awards will be announced around 3:00pm

Esteemed Jurors

Deb Davis-Livaich is a mixed media artist whose dimensional collages and assemblages

incorporate reclaimed wood, found objects and materials from nature. She is a graduate of the

Cleveland Art Institute and former coordinator of the Visual Arts Program at the Ohio Arts

Council. Davis-Livaich currently devotes full time to her art and is represented by Studios on

High Gallery.

Marty Husted is a mixed media and member of Studios on High Gallery. As a child, Marty’s favorite thing to do was play in the woods, draw, dream and allow her imagination to transport her to fantasy worlds and far-off places. She received her B.F.A. in illustration from CCAD. After illustrating many award-winning children’s books, Marty is now inspirited to interpret the visual symphony she observes in her natural surroundings. She starts with a limited pallet and explores texture, light, pattern, and color to redefine relationships created by nature. By emphasizing individual elements with her assemblages, she creates a new depth and synergy, enticing the viewer with a unique interpretation of her vision.

BrickBox Artists, specially selected outside local artists, and open Brickbox Studios to walk through.

Did you know!...

1. Recycling a single run of the Sunday New York Times would save 75,000 trees.

2. If every American recycled just one-tenth of their newspapers, we would save about 25,000,000 trees a year.

3. The average household throws away 13,000 separate pieces of paper each year. Most is packaging and junk mail-all of which can be recycled!

4. In 1993, U.S. paper recovery saved more than 90,000,000 cubic yards of landfill spaceImage of a soda can

5. Recycling just one aluminum can saves enough energy to run a television set for 3 hours!

6. That can returns to the grocer's shelf in as little as 60 days after collection.

7. Most aluminum recovered is used to manufacture new cans.

8. There is no limit to the amount of times an aluminum can can be recycled.

9. Every pound of recycled PET plastic used in place of virgin material reduces energy use in plastic production by 84%!

10. Americans use 2,500,000 plastic bottles every hour - and most of them are thrown away!

11. Each year, we use 1 billion plastic shopping bags, creating 300,000 tons of landfill waste

12. On average, it costs $30 per ton to recycle trash, $50 to send it to the landfill, and $65 to $75 to incinerate it.

13. The recyclable materials in the U.S. waste stream would generate over $7 billion if they were recycled. That's equivalent to Donald Trump's net worth.

14. About one-third of an average dump is made up of packaging material!

15. The U.S. recycles approx. 32% of its total waste. Let's pick it up!

This information was collected by the University of Operations at BYU Idaho

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