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the resource exchange | September 2015
  This month:
- Beautiful items recently salvaged
- Visit CUSP's "Climate City" at Greenfest
- Katie Knoeringer reception 9/11 + Collage Storytelling 9/20
- Submit ONE work to be a part of the re's October P.O.S.T Group Show
Oh, You Pretty Things!
gorgeous recently salvaged items that are in the store now...
Recently salvaged beautiful items, like a tiny bronze tea set, a vintage caraf, a set of deco decanters, a vintage brass scale, and a beautiful woven chest.
GREENFEST: Sunday September 13th 10am-4pm. Find The Resource Exchange table in CLIMATE CITY at Greenfest! We’ll have a fun activity that represents how reuse relates to and can reduce the effects of climate change in Philadelphia. And while you’re visiting us, you can check out the neighboring tables in Climate City, like The Franklin Institute and our other CUSP partners.Find out more about GREENFEST
Find out more about CUSP
reCreate Featured Artist
Katie Knoeringer
Installation in gallery through September
Artist Reception:  Friday, Sep. 11th, 4-6

"Baton Rouge" by Katie Knoeringer
Painting by Katie KnoeringerAnimals are magic. This idea has brought me to research folklore and folktales as well as to seek out animal presences in my daily life.  Whether hiking in the mountains of Wyoming, going to the zoo, or being with my cats, my awe of our human counterparts is unwavering.
I am interested in the idea of animals as innocent observers and as active protagonists. 

I sustain my studio practice by drawing on location in and around my neighborhood, a habit I began whole heartedly while living in Hammond, LA and documenting the personalities of the different houses. The playful imagery in my work is the direct result of a rich inner life and a thriving passion for reading fiction.  The power of day dreams is the thread running through my paintings and drawings.

Katie Knoeringer lives and works in Fishtown, Philadelphia.  She is from NJ and studied art in Pennsylvania and Louisiana.  She lives with her new husband Michael Secor and two cats.  Katie’s work can be found at www.katieknoeringer.com and Brick and Mortar Gallery in Easton, PA this October.

"Blue Forest" by Katie Knoeringer

Storytelling Through Cut Paper
with reCreate Featured Artist Katie Knoeringer
Sunday, September 20th
1pm-3pm

 

At this reCreate workshop, participants will tell a story in one image by layering paper cuttings, textures, transferred drawings, photos, and paper shapes. Bring your story ideas with you! Participants will learn to transfer photographic and drawn images into cut paper shapes. We will cut and layer various colored and textured paper to create images. Each participant will leave with one image that is representative of a story they’d like to tell. 

 
What you need:
A story you would like to represent in one image!

The Resource Exchange will provide basic collage materials including:
glue, scissors, tape, blank paper, some construction paper, pens, pencils, markers, some paint, and brushes. Participants can purchase additional textured, designed, and other papers or frames for their work from our vast warehouse of reclaimed materials the day of the workshop! 
 



$5 workshop fee
+ the cost of additional collage materials

space is limited for this workshop so please RSVP: 
info@theresourceexchange.org
267-997-0060

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Announcing the reCreate Featured Artists of October...

YOU and The Resource Exchange Community of reMakers!

 
Are you interested in being featured in our Gallery but think you don't have enough work made with reclaimed materials?

Have you made even just one thing with stuff you found here?
 
We are currently looking for artists, crafters, and DIYers of all kinds to submit ONE work for the Community Gallery show we're planning for October as a part of P.O.S.T. Please e-mail a picture of your work and a description of how it was reMade to be considered.   
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