Beach Trash Turned into Meaningful Art by Angela Haseltine Pozzi

June 14, 2014 | in Art

It the old pavilion of San Francisco Zoo, you can find very interesting and beautiful installations. But that’s only if you look at them from a distance. When you come closer, all you see is garbage.

You will see a large amount of discarded on the beaches plastic tableware, bottles, flip-flops, Frisbee discs and other debris. These works were created by artist and teacher Angela Haseltine Pozzi who lives in the small town of Bandon, Oregon. She was shocked by the amount of garbage on the beaches of the city and decided not only to clean the beaches, but also to try bring attention to the problem.

Beach Trash Turned into Meaningful Art by Angela Haseltine Pozzi

Beach Trash Turned into Meaningful Art by Angela Haseltine Pozzi

Beach Trash Turned into Meaningful Art by Angela Haseltine Pozzi

Beach Trash Turned into Meaningful Art by Angela Haseltine Pozzi

Beach Trash Turned into Meaningful Art by Angela Haseltine Pozzi

Beach Trash Turned into Meaningful Art by Angela Haseltine Pozzi

Beach Trash Turned into Meaningful Art by Angela Haseltine Pozzi

Beach Trash Turned into Meaningful Art by Angela Haseltine Pozzi

Beach Trash Turned into Meaningful Art by Angela Haseltine Pozzi

Beach Trash Turned into Meaningful Art by Angela Haseltine Pozzi

Beach Trash Turned into Meaningful Art by Angela Haseltine Pozzi

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