Reclaimed art made from re-used, recycled materials or pieces made with sustainable themes will be on display as part of the ReVisions art show through August at ReSource in Fort Collins. While the concept of re-used materials in art is not new, ReVisions has grown each year showcasing local artists and celebrating community resilience and sustainability.
The show benefits ReSource Yard, with a silent auction of the entries at the closing event, Sept. 7 at New Belgium Brewery, 7 to 10 p.m. This event is free to the public, with music from the Honey Gitters, appetizers and libations as well as 70 pieces of reclaimed art.
The ReVisions annual reclaimed art show opened on Aug. 3 at ReSource Yard at 1501 N. College Ave. in Fort Collins.
ReSource is a 501c3 non-profit, operated by the Center for ReSource Conservation, dedicated to empowering our community to conserve natural resources through innovative landfill diversion programs. ReSource Fort Collins focuses on landfill diversion practices, reclaiming building and construction materials and new programs that focus on a tool library, tool school and reskilling.