Growing up as one of 16 children in rural Indiana, Marcia Sednek and her family embraced two of the three R’s that have become staples of environmentally friendly living:  reuse, and recycle. Their brand of resourcefulness, however, was out of necessity and blossomed long before “going green” was chic. Today, as a folk artist, Sednek still uses this resourcefulness in spades. She has an exceptional ability to imagine what treasures like battered antique sugar canisters and TV-dinner trays could become and refashion them into petite sculptures of dresses and flowers, and wearable art.  

Marcia Sednek

Karen Melfi Collection

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