Arts In RI goes GREEN!

Hello! I am Katelyn Safford of Phriendly K8's Threads. I love the fact that today it is a priority for most people to "go green" and do everything that they can to help the environment and reduce their carbon footprint. I have been thinking a lot about this lately as I am gearing up to sell my items alongside Karen Malcolm of Malcolm Studio Shop at the Providence Sustainability Festival in Providence, RI on Saturday Sept. 26th.

We would love to see you there!
It seems that everytime I turn around something stunningly beautiful catches my eye that has been made with recycled, reclaimed, vintage, and upcycled materials! In just our small group many of the artists have gone green and used recycled materials in their craft. Whether it be an article of clothing found at a thrift store, a map given a new life, a piece of glass sculpted by the sea, or a collage made of flea market treasures, each thing is unique and special in it's own way.
We are all doing our part towards a healthy earth!




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I hope you take a look at all of these beautiful items and try to do your part to clean up our beautiful planet!

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3 Responses
  1. Valerie Says:

    Great post, Katlyn! Providence is a great place for up-cycled and recycled arts.


  2. Karen Says:

    Great post! I can't wait for the Sustainability Fest!!!!


  3. Lauren Says:

    I wish you luck Saturday! Thanks for sharing.