Sigyn enjoyed looking at the paperweights and cameo glass, but there is so much more to see here at the gallery.
Take this room, for example. It’s entirely full of TRASH. That’s right, all of the “art” in this display is made out of junk.
This colorful tropical reef is aaaall made out of would-be plastic junk and paper.
See? Up close, it is easy to see that all the fish are made from recycled bottles.
Someone drank a LOT of water.
The other wall has a collage of little bits and pieces stuck on popsicle sticks and all painted white. It’s a big thing—this is just a little part of it.
Hmm. I’m not sure I see the point of this one. Unless they had the local Good Humor Man save all the discarded ice cream sticks from all his customers for a whole year, those sticks weren’t trash. And someone probably bought all those little wooden shapes special for this project. This isn’t recycling at all. Fake! Fake art!
I don’t even think it’s installed correctly. Look at that upper-leftish panel, the one with all the hearts. The upside down hearts.
Besides, what did they do with all the glue and paint containers after they made this art? Were they properly recycled into more art? On the one hand, for the good of this realm, I hope they were, but Great Frigga’s hairpins! For the sake of my eyes, I hope that they weren’t!