“My sculptures are made from post-consumer objects—things we purchase, use up and throw away,” says artist Janet Nolan, who collects bottle caps, broken umbrellas and six-pack holders, mostly from the streets of New York City, to create her fantastical sculptures and installations. On display through November 6, 2008, in the garden of the Lesley Heller gallery, you have the see the waterfall wall made from 10,000 six-pack holders. It takes being green to a whole new, spiritual level. Get more info here.
Artist Janet Nolan: The 10,000 Things November 1, 2008