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As consumers, most of what we buy comes wrapped in plastic. This plastic can't be recycled easily, so it gets thrown away only to end up on a landfill or blown away to cause harm to the natural world.

So, I started saving it, my shed is now pretty full and my bins are pretty empty.

And now, I am making pretty art with it.

I am passionate about the amount of plastic waste I make in my own household and I actively try to throw out as little plastic as I possibly can. I must confess, I have had a few Covid wobbles, and have thrown my bit out as well, but on the whole, I have saved most of it. And I decided that I couldn't keep it and not do anything with it. So I created this collection.

I have used lots of glitter because I have a surplus amount from when it was cool to use glitter in children's arts and crafts. And I figure, if I use it on my canvas then it's there forever and not going down the drain to be met with the waterways one day.


Microplastics are a big problem. And I want to be part of the solution, not the problem. I personally love a bit of glitter in art, but definitely not in the ocean.


I am very careful of how I use it.

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