Art at the Dump highlights recycled wonders

An explosion of color and creativity could be seen at Art at the Dump over the weekend. Photo by Karen Bartomioli

CORNWALL — There was something about the 12th annual Art at the Dump, held over the weekend at what is more properly known as the town garage and transfer station.

This year’s show-and-sale of artwork made from items found in the trash seemed bigger, with more color and movement.

Maybe it was those large mobiles made of rainbow-hued bottle caps. Or the large selection of fun art and jewelry made by Cornwall Consolidated School (CCS) students. Or the Take Part in Art wall that had folks getting into the spirit with paints and brushes.

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