I have been fortunate enough to receive used bag donations from many nice people. Thank you everyone who’s saved these ‘one time use’ bags after their proposed uses, and gave them to me to be made into things that will last thousands of years as art instead of out in the environment causing chaos and death! Art saves seals, whales and albatros! Yay!!!
I am looking for more bags too! Always!
I had a ‘bag drive’ at my last installation, but didn’t receive any bags! Ha! I didn’t advertise very well, nor did the gallery. I am not sad, the closing event was great.
If you or anyone you know has tons of (or some) bags that you don’t want or don’t know what to do with please let me know. I’d be happy to arrange some kind of something with you.
In Portland I’m happy to meet with you and take your bags off your hands, or if you’d like to ship bags to me I’d be happy to reimburse your postage.
I am looking for colorful bags, primarily. Whatever colors. Brown even. I am also looking for clear bags, like drycleaner bags. As big as possible with these ones, I’m going to do an installation about water soon.
I just wanted to offer up my art as a place for the bags to go.
Thank you so much for considering this!
I need brown and red and yellow bags, fyi, for a commission. I am excited to do this new sculpture. I do make the art for the good of the world, but I don’t often sell the pieces (yet) so it is always very exciting when people are interested in having them! I’ll post a photo on here of it… it’s a bit like the edible tuber pieces I had at the Jungle show.
I’ll post a photo of the newest one of those… it’s on the pedestal below, I am imagining it will look similar, but smaller. And brown, I think. I’ll know about that later today though. And then, the best part (for me) the making!
Thanks for reading!