Tin Can Sally Update

September 17, 2012

Image: FLOCK, Installation of 386 tin birds, 2009

Montserrat’s Image Librarian Sally Seamans, aka Tin Can Sally, is part of the exhibit Anything Goes, on display this September.

Local Colors Artists’ Cooperative is celebrating its 24th year on Main Street with this exhibit that is limited only to the imagination of the current 18 members. The public is invited to a reception on Saturday, Sept. 22, 6 – 9 pm.  121 Main Street, Gloucester. On View through Sept. 29th, Mon – Sun, 10 – 6 pm,   978-283-3996

Tin Can Sally creates whimsical, colorful, joyful birds, fish, collages, art dolls, jewelry, mobiles, tin clothing and more from printed tin containers of all shapes and sizes. She finds her tins at yard sales, flea markets, antique shops, in attics and basements. Sally can be found, quite often, with her legs dangling out of a dumpster. She is a true tin hunter/gatherer. Sally uses olive oil tins, cookie tins, spice tins, coffee tins, tea tins, candy tins, sardine tins, anchovy tins, biscuit tins, soy sauce tins, mustard tins, curry tins, ethnic food tins, popcorn tins, sewing tins and mint tins.

Visit Tin Can Sally’s website to see more!
www.tincansally.net


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