|The art of recycling|
|Written by CAROL POMEDAY|
|Wednesday, 14 September 2011 21:12|
Artist Sally Duback’s free-flowing creation will hang in Neenah paper mill
Dimensional artist Sally Duback of Grafton and Mequon is the ultimate recycler.
For her latest commissioned piece, Duback created free-form sculptures of paper pulp made from cast-off clothing that will be arranged on a 15-by-40-foot wall at SCA Wisconsin Tissue Mill in Neenah.
She was scheduled to install the work, which depicts the flow of life, this week in the paper mill’s new eco-friendly addition.
“The initial proposal was for 14 to 15 pieces, but I just kept grinding them out. I’m up to 21,” Duback said last week.
Duback will also conduct a papermaking workshop with employees’ children. The sculpture was made from employees’ old clothing.
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