The art of “Found Art”


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Monica Shell of Troy places several pieces of art at the Piqua Arts Council office in Piqua on Wednesday afternoon as part of the Riverside Gallery . Shell, a recent graduate of the Upper Valley Career Center, specializes in creating pieces from “found art”, using and recycling discarded items to make two and three-dimensional art from plastic and metal. She studied both welding and blacksmithing at the Career Center and has recently been accepted to the Hobart School of Welding where she will continue her education.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Monica Shell of Troy places several pieces of art at the Piqua Arts Council office in Piqua on Wednesday afternoon as part of the Riverside Gallery . Shell, a recent graduate of the Upper Valley Career Center, specializes in creating pieces from “found art”, using and recycling discarded items to make two and three-dimensional art from plastic and metal. She studied both welding and blacksmithing at the Career Center and has recently been accepted to the Hobart School of Welding where she will continue her education.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Monica Shell of Troy places several pieces of art at the Piqua Arts Council office in Piqua on Wednesday afternoon as part of the Riverside Gallery . Shell, a recent graduate of the Upper Valley Career Center, specializes in creating pieces from “found art”, using and recycling discarded items to make two and three-dimensional art from plastic and metal. She studied both welding and blacksmithing at the Career Center and has recently been accepted to the Hobart School of Welding where she will continue her education.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_070616mju_pac_riverside_shell2.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Monica Shell of Troy places several pieces of art at the Piqua Arts Council office in Piqua on Wednesday afternoon as part of the Riverside Gallery . Shell, a recent graduate of the Upper Valley Career Center, specializes in creating pieces from “found art”, using and recycling discarded items to make two and three-dimensional art from plastic and metal. She studied both welding and blacksmithing at the Career Center and has recently been accepted to the Hobart School of Welding where she will continue her education.

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