The 2013 Habitat ReStore Salvage Art Show and Sale will be held from April 19th to June 2nd.
This show will highlight works from 76 local artists and showcase the possibilities of salvaged materials.
The show will take place at 3 galleries in Dane County. The majority of the pieces will be seen at Artisan Gallery in Paoli, with at least 10 pieces also being shown at Hatch Art House and Absolutely Art in Madison. have generously donated space to house art pieces from 76 local artists.
The reception for Artisan Gallery will be April 19th, 5-9pm
Absolutely Art and Hatch Galleries will hold their receptions May 3rd, 5-9pm
The deadline for artists to submit art for 2013’s show has passed, but you can apply for next years show here.
The purpose of this show is to create a community event where artists and gallery owners can collaborate and to raise money for Habitat for Humanity of Dane County, to re-purpose another person’s junk into amazing works of art, thus saving it from the landfill and to give artists and gallery owners an opportunity to network with one another and the community. Thank you to all of our artists and galleries for donating their time, talents and space to our community event.
Not an artist but want to get involved? Help us Promote this project by donating on Power2Give.org. Every Dollar you donate will be matched with another $0.50 donation from Dane Arts and local business Sponsors.
If you’d like to be part of the 2014 show or if you have any questions, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our sincerest thanks,
The Habitat ReStore Salvage Art Show Planning Committee
Two featured works in this years show:
“Windflower” by James Shulkin will be displayed and for sale at Paoli Artisan Gallery
Salvaged Materials: bicycle parts, vinyl siding, plumbing hardware, reused garden stake, steel.
“Little Library” by Donna Leet will be displayed and for sale at Absolutely Art
(dimensions: 38″ h x 14″ d x 22″ w)
Salvaged Materials: Kitchen Cupboard, shingles, building materials.
Upcycled Demin Quilt by Jennifer Falkowski displayed at Hatch Art House
(dimensions: approx 3′ x 5′)
Salvaged Materials: Upcycled Denim Jeans