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Art Business News article Goof Life Connoisseur green art story Chic Modern Vintage abstract art blog post Art Calendar magazine story Art of the 4 Corners exhibit review
Hand/Eye magazine ecoprint story ArtweekLA contemporary art mention Hospitality Design abstract art display Design Milk abstract art blog post Art Commission art article
Go Green America TV blog post on contemporary art Interior Revolution green art article Professional Artist green art story Manhattan Arts INternational article on contemporary art Recycled Minds green art blog post
Malibu Surfside News story on art Santa Monica Daily Press green art article Topanga Messenger Ventura County Breeze Ventura County Star
Redding Record Searcglight Standard Magazine abstract art mention Surface Design Association Artfully Reimagined story on art using house paint Earth911 green art story

The Bigger Picture -- Green Art for a Sustainable Future

The US Environmental Protection Agency estimates that between 35 and 103 million gallons of post-consumer architectural paint is disposed of in the United States each year. By repurposing discarded house paint for her abstract art, Cassandra is helping to reduce this waste.

Cassandra's eco-friendly paintings create a unique focal point for contemporary interiors, and the green materials complement sustainable design. Collectors of Cassandra's work have said that her paintings evoke feelings of inspiration and joy, and are even more beautiful in person.