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. 

• Old satellite dishes and license plates inspire whimsical designs

By Rita Cook     

East Dallas resident Cynthia Daniel says she started out creating her art with used metal because it was less expensive than buying new metal, but now it is her material of choice.  

By Julie Thibodeaux

June 14, 2013

Fort Worth artist Helen Altman spends a lot of time thinking about nature and animals. Her environmental focus is reflected in her artwork, which is valued by collectors from San Diego to New York City. 

May 21, 2013

• Dallas-Fort Worth college students show environmental savvy by recycling • Reverse Litter art competition encourages North Texans to help local trash problem 

By Julie Thibodeaux


 

By Rita Cook

David Hickman is not only an artist, but also the ultra recycler. As he walks around his backyard he points out a number of his creations. However, it is the bold, blue greenhouse put together with a little of this and a little of that, which is his ultimate recycle project. 

         

By Julie Thibodeaux

Photos by Phillip Shinoda and Julie Thibodeaux

The Friends of Tandy Hills Natural Area threw a real downhome green shindig at Prairie Fest last weekend, April 27.

USGBC North Texas hosts Green Gala awards • Call for public art proposals that use recycled material • Course aims to boost sales of urban farmers 

By Julie Thibodeaux



     

By Brandolon Barnett     

February 27, 2013     

The Greener Good Closes Its Doors

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