Sunday, November 23, 2014


Natty Moss Bond is no stranger to local arts events, having exhibited and sold her recycled creations at folk art festivals and craft shows around the bay area including past Holizaar events. Her brand, "RUBBISH", is a savy, spunky, environmentally conscious creative monsoon that will blow you away!  Made from repurposed materials her cards are popular for all occasions. Found object shrines make great gifts and ornaments--you are always sure to be pleasantly surprised by how she reworks common items like soda or beer cans into something fun and new! Her bubbly personality spills out into her work and you'll want to spread the cheer by giving her creations as gifts!

Natty says " Most of my art is made out of cards are made from old folders from offices and images from magazines... my shrines are made of tin boxes and bottle caps... anything that would normally be put into a garbage heap I try to make into something beautiful.  My friend called it found art but I like the term Reconstruction".

Holizaar 7 takes place on Saturday December 13, 2014 from 10 AM - 4 PM at The Studio@620.  The Studio is a non-profit arts center located at 620 1st Ave South in St Petersburg, FL.

Admission is free and open to the public!

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