Columbus, OH, September 11, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Eric Marlow is an artist, jewelry designer and teacher who has developed a series of kid- tested projects using recyclables appropriate for ages 6 to 96. With easy to follow illustrated instructions he walks you through the steps in turning trash into treasure.
As well as his book, he also has produced a CD, which turns your PC into a video classroom. This CD shows him in action with middle school students where he teaches about the environment, the creative process and how to come up with ideas for taking what others see as trash and transforming them into things of beauty and utility. He does workshops, residencies, festivals, special events, trade shows and art installations.
Eric Marlow says: “When people begin throwing valuable resources away, they end up by throwing their values away. Better to find the value in everything and everyone.”
Eric Marlow is 65 years old and works out of Larned Marlow Studios in Columbus, Ohio with wife Gail Larned, herself an accomplished fiber artist. For information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
His Book can be found on Lulu.com by entering a search for Recyclabits