Oct. 7, 2013

By Rita Cook

Dallasite Nikki Duong Koenig, founder of Cykochik Custom Handbags, wants her products to reflect her style as well as her green and animal-friendly values. 


By Julie Thibodeaux

Green art can mean alot of different things we learned at the eco-art show held at the Addison Gallery and Artisan Center Sept 12. The show entitled Art with RePurpose, hosted by Women in the Environment, featured a wide range of artists all working with sustainability in mind.

Sept. 2, 2013

Art with Repurpose: An Eco-Art Show will be held at Addison Gallery and Artisan Center, 5100 Belt Line Road, Addison, on Sept. 12.

August 26, 2013     

Lucas resident Jay Silber is a blacksmith whose company Kestrel Ridge Forge is all about eco-friendly recycling.

By Rita Cook

Denton artist turns bad music into bracelets

GSDFW Archive - First published April 6, 2011 -  House of Smash still growing with distribution in six states.          

A few years ago when Nix Johnson was layed off from his corporate job, he decided to pursue his passion of creating art, and in 2009, House of Smash was born. Johnson began drawing and painting in high school and he studied screen printing and print making in college before moving to mixed media.

By Julie Thibodeaux

More than 30 environmental enthusiasts turned out for the Green Source DFW Summer Mixer on July 18 at The People’s Last Stand in Dallas.


July 15, 2013

Lynne Weinberger began her eco-friendly artist quest back in the 1960s. True, the McKinney native was just in elementary school at the time, but using her artist skills with fabric felt right.

By Rita Cook

Artists Elizabeth "Sissy" Bingham and Lynn Reagan of the Rockin AB Artists Studio got started on their eco-friendly artist quest as mosaic artists about 10 years ago.

“We started taking mosaic classes at the Creative Art Center and found our niche,” said Bingham.