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2016 Wearable Arts, “Waste Not, Want Not” Gallery

 

Video Produced by Joshua Veldstra:

Bunnell Street Arts Center would like to extend a warm thank you to all of the artists and volunteers who made Wearable Arts, Waste Not, Want Not possible. The fashion show is always such a beautiful community effort. And thank you to our spirited audiences!

This year’s Wearable Art’s sponsors were Sustainable Wares, Homer’s Jeans, Grace Ridge Brewing Company and Mako’s Water Taxi. Thank you for the added support!

Thank you to Land’s End and the Homer Fiber Arts Collective. Photography was generously provided by Joshua Veldstra Photography. Hair and makeup for models were done by Eston Youngblood, of J. Eston Salon, Lynn of the Wave Room, Maura Brenin and Abi Rios.  Thank you Fractal Theory Productions for sound and lighting!

Volunteers: Marie Walker, Melanie Dufor, Dawn Groth, Peggy Paver, Nikki Hennick-Rich, Lindsey Cortese, Soniyae Reid, Rob Adams, Ben Tillitson, Beth Caroll, Michael Walsh, Kari Oden, Lauren Wessell and Bunnell’s board and staff: Asia Freeman, Susan Johnson, Carla Cope, Kayla Spaan and a big thank you to Ann-Margret Wimmerstedt! Models: Mandy Bernard, Kayla Williamson, Christine Kulcheski, Maria Bernard, Susannah Webster, Beatrix Strobel, Katie Jo Gamble, Rebekah Dalke, Bobbye Hurd, Ja’hnie Triplett, Hannah Heimbuch and Taylor Andrade.

And most of all, thank you to our submitting artists and to our artistic directors Kari Multz and Lynne Burt! Bravo!

Participating Artists:

ShanaAnderson
BriannaAllen
AmyBright
KimPerkins
LindaLempe
MandyBernard
LindaMartin
ClaudioOrso-Giacone
CarolBeverly
SarahVance
PamelaJoslin
DesireeHagen
ChristineKulcheski
EmilyCoble
LynneBurt
GingerVanwagoner
ArielLong
KariMultz
MarieWalker
SusannahWebster
BrendaDolma
Ja’hnieTriplett
BobbyeTriplett Hurd
Ann-MargretWimmerstedt
CassieSheldon-Brooks
KaylaSpaan
 Emily Longbrake

Thank You Joshua Veldstra for providing these incredible photographs that really captured the event!

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