Art from Waste: Sculptures made from recycled & unusual materials

Michelle Reader with jaguar sculpture

Michelle has been making art from waste materials since 1997, and also has a background in design for performance.   She makes bespoke recycled and sustainable sculptures for organisations, often created from waste materials relevant to the business or event.  Michelle also works with galleries, schools, and other organisations as a freelance artist educator.

Recent projects: Glittering Unicorns at the Palace of Light, Hampton Court; Equus Ferus commission in the courtyard of The Harley Gallery; Great Wave at the National Space Centre in Leicester; Tideline at Blue Fin building on Bankside.

Nottinghamshire-based artist Michelle Reader reuses waste materials to create unique figurative recycled sculptures.

Equus Ferus, two horse sculptures by Michelle Reader at the Harley Gallery
Great Wave installation by Michelle Reader at the National Space Centre in Leicester