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Ann Ellis Recycles Trash into Colorful Wearable Art

 - Aug 22, 2010   Updated: May 11 2011
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British artist Ann Ellis of Lancashire, Northwest UK, creates colorful contemporary jewelry from recycled plastics, textiles, metals, found objects and practiced creativity.

A member of the Society of Designer Craftsmen, Ann Ellis is an award-winning eco designer whose one-of-a-kind wearable works of art don't give up their recycled origins at first glance. What is apparent is their beauty and eye-catching color.

Implications - Ann Ellis says that everything she creates "is a little bit different, handmade and takes some time to make." With works from Ellis you know that you are getting something that is made with care and quality. She accepts requests by email and is always happy to create something special for anyone who is a fan.