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Plastiquarium - Ragged-tailed Dragon Fish

Fish sculpture made from post consumer recyclable plastics. Using everyday garage tools and lots of empty plastic (HDPE) liquid laundry product bottles. This piece was displayed as part of the "Trash Menagerie" show at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem Massachusetts.
I also teach classes and workshops in this media and have a book, "Fantastic Recycled Plastic" out published by Lark Books.

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Blissfull Pelita

stunning….

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Totally awesome!

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