At the Great American Cleanup after party in the City of Plano on April 8th, 2017, we had a booth highlighting local upcycle artists. The event was a great success because of these AMAZING artists. Please visit each one to learn more and purchase their one-of-a-kind creations. Sheri Hall - Urban Printess Sheri was able to come out to the event and show off her awesome jewelry made of found items and broken jewelry as well as her t-shirts made from a printing technique using manhole covers. You can see Sheri's creations at www.facebook.com/urbanprintcess/. Timmy Martin - Upcycled Weaving Timmy came out and did a fantastic basket weaving demonstration for all. Timmy's baskets are made from shipping straps and junk mailers. You can reach Timmy at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Misty Moore - mistyamberart.com Misty had a wide range of items she created, including purses made of cigar boxes, plarn, and even bicycle tires. A steampunk inspired mannequin was dressed for a night on the town in her outfit made of recycled bicycle tubes, the solar screen for a car, a steam punk corsage and jaunty hat made from a vinyl record, jewelry, computer and toy parts. Please visit Misty at www.mistyamberart.com to see even more of her amazing multimedia creations. Jennifer Sereno - SusTaianable ART, Sites & Series Jennifer expertly blends nature into her upcycled pieces that included a planter made from old wire, a picture frame, cut bottle, succulent and a ruler; and wall hanging made of slate, upcycled moulding, a mirror, and a crystal. Jim Strauss - Upcycled Carpentry Jim Strauss created the base for the bottle cap art project from old hammock frames and creates bookshelves, plant stands and birdhouses from old fence boards he collects from the curb. Jim can be reached at email@example.com and his work can be purchased from Re-Crafter. Rebecca Archuleta - Re-Crafter Rebecca represented Re-crafter by exhibiting a puzzle bowl, folded books, jewelry box made from broken jewelry, t-shirt rug, tie necklace and more.