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Published February 05, 2011, 12:00 AM

Photo gallery: Recycled Art Show and Silent Auction

Artists use recycled materials for show


Emily Williams-Wheeler uses house paint and bifold doors from the Restore for her project.

Dave Wallis / The Forum

  • Emily Williams-Wheeler uses house paint and bifold doors from the Restore for her project.<br /><br />Dave Wallis / The Forum
  • Emily Williams-Wheeler found house paint and bifold doors from the Restore to use for her painting that she works on in her Fargo studio.<br /><br />Dave Wallis / The Forum
  • Emily Williams-Wheeler named her piece Rabbitat, a play on words for the Restore project featured recycled materials. The Restore sells recycled building materials wihich benefits the Habitat For Humanity projects.<br /><br />Dave Wallis / The Forum
  • A bright green house paint was one of the colors Emily Williams-Wheeler picked up at the Restore in Moorhead to use on her "canvas" that is a pair of bifold doors she also got from the store for the art project.<br /><br />Dave Wallis / The Forum
  • A window panel, some wooden cutouts and railing spindles are some of the items Juliet Hanratty found at the ReStore for the recycled art show.<br /><br />Dave Wallis / The Forum
  • Juliet Hanratty positions handlebars that are going to be welded together for her vertical statue that includes a spinning air vent as a crown.<br /><br />Dave Wallis / The Forum
  • Su Legatt shows how the image on the glass blades overlap for her mobile that will be part of the recycled art show.<br /><br />Dave Wallis / The Forum
  • After applying transparent sections of a landscape photograph to blades of glass from a light fixture, Su Legatt, of Moorhead, hangs the blades from a two-piece soap tray as she creates a mobile for the recycled art show and silent auction.<br /><br />Dave Wallis / The Forum
  • Janeen Stenso, of Moorhead, uses a woodburning tool to imprint some flowers and words on the cedar planking she is using for the base of bird bath she is making with pieces she found at the ReStore in Moorhead.<br /><br />Dave Wallis / The Forum
  • After painting one layer of a different scene and masking it off with tape, Jeff Knight of Moorhead applies another layer of blue sky and clouds over it. The tape will be removed to reveal a geometric pattern of the different scene underneath the clouds.<br /><br />Dave Wallis / The Forum