An Abandoned Stone Mill Upcycle

Getting Colorful

This upcycle episode is based on last week’s eerie outing at the abandoned Seneca Quarry Stone Mill. I took inspiration from the site as I dreamed up this week’s artwork. I wanted to find a way to celebrate nature reclaiming the quarry site with the trashy treasures I found.

This Ecopsyched! upcycle was my most challenging yet. Not because the materials were difficult to work with or that I needed special tools. Rather, my trashy treasure finds were limited. And when I could have taken a path more traveled and created a nice vase out of my found bottle, I decided to try something new.

Did I meet the challenge? Tune in to find out! And let me know in the comments below what you think of this week’s trashy treasures reveal. I’d love to hear about your own artwork adventures too!

Thank you for joining me on this and future adventures!

-Lisa B

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Music:
Oh My by Patrick Patrikios
Love Aside by Patrick Patrikios
Flexxx by Text Me Records / Social Work
Mirror Mind by Bobby Richards

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2 comments on “An Abandoned Stone Mill Upcycle

  1. Elaine says:

    Really love the colors you artistically designed into both pieces, Lisa. Well done. Is it too late to attach a chain to hang them as window Suncatchers?

    1. Lisa B says:

      Hi, Elaine!

      Thanks for checking out this latest Ecopsyched! upcycle. It’s not my favorite, but the playful light and colors are growing on me. Thanks for the idea of using them as suncatchers. The smaller piece would work nicely in the window. The larger piece is quite the beast. I would indeed need a chain to hang it! But it’s not too late to try. I’m currently editing the next outdoor adventure episode, but this artwork is still on my mind. 😉

      Thanks again for coming along and for the idea!

      -Lisa B

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