The New Deja Vu Poster 2013overhead photo by Chris CrawlSecond floor view
New Commons
Butterfly

Novelty

Nicole Lewis

Paper Quilts

Mary Hambly

Sculpture

Glenn Carter
Tom Hadley
Linda Peterson
Ken Roberts
Mobius Wrap

Wearable Art

Anna Brown
Luella Brunnemer
Donna Jo Copeland
Tammy Eslick
Lauren Floyd
Chris Gustin
Lynne Mikolon
Ruth Rives
Sonia Shipley
Martha St. Clair
Kathryn Van Sciver
Jennifer Wright

Weaving

Donna Jo Copeland
Chris Gustin
Lynne Mikolon Rugs and bags

Woodcarving

Betty Buehler
Kristine Freyer
Tom O. Reed

Woodturning

Gary Chapman
Bill Griffith
Larry Hook
Randy Kimery
Chad Shock
Maple Burl

Assemblage

Larry Agnello
Larry Brackney
Marilyn Brackney
Jill Jones
Denise Roberts Seacucumber Glass

Fiber Arts

Emily Bogard
Kathy Humphrey
Rosa Klein
Linda Steele
Jan West
Jewelry

Glass Art

Jerald Hatton
Aaron Shufelt

Jewelry

Audrey Barnes & Karla Gauger
Heather Bussell
Karen Cherrington
Maggie Dixon
Lori Erfmeier
Jackie Gedrose
Julie Gootee
Lori Henderson
Jill Jones
Nancy Lee
Roxy Lentz
Megan Martin
Lorie Maschino
Lynne Medsker
Jill Stillwell
Mary Tangora
Kathryn Van Sciver

Metal Work

Fred Asplen
Brad Cox

Mixed MediaBicycle Spots and Dots

Tony Cox
Michael Hapner
Carolyn & Don Madvig
Ray Marquette
Stephanie Marshall
Lynne Medsker
Linda Peterson

Natural/Sustainable Materials

Donna Jo Copeland
Kate Phillips
Mohammed Mahdi & Anthony Duncan
Renee Caldwell

2013 Participating Artists

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Broken toys, yesterday's newspaper, and china shards may seem like trash to most, but in the hands of professionals, they can be transformed into beautiful art and fine crafts. On Saturday, November 16, those in the Columbus area will have the chance to see such work at the ninth, annual Déjà Vu Art and Fine Craft Show.

Held in The Commons, which is located downtown in the Columbus Arts District, the show will run from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. More than 60 artists who reuse or recycle materials to create their work will show collage, mosaics, jewelry, metal sculpture, fiber arts, and more. Some will exhibit items made of natural and/or sustainable materials, too.

The Bartholomew County Solid Waste Management District, Columbus Area Arts Council, Columbus Area Visitors Center, Hotel Indigo, Papa's Deli /Papa's Grill, Pentzer Printing, and Puccini's sponsor the annual show, which is held in celebration of America Recycles Day. The event is free and open to the public.

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Photo credits: The Commons by Koetter/Kim and CSO Architects; Commons photos by Chris Crawl.