Eco Trash Couture

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Recycle Runway in the News

PDX Weather Advisory, a sculpture celebrating the Portland Airport

One of my very favorite words is from Nepal: रङ्गी-चङ्गी; written in letters, raṅgii-caṅgii; and pronounced, rungy-chungy. This fabulous word (which does not have an English equivalent in my opinion) means crazy, multi-colored, splendid, fancy, exciting and fun! It was the design inspiration for one of my newest sculptures, PDX Weather Advisory, created for the…

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Reception for “Pacifica” and “PDX Weather Advisory”

PLEASE JOIN US for a reception to celebrate the completion of “PDX Weather Advisory” and “Pacifica” by Nancy Judd and to thank the many volunteers who helped to create them! PDX Weather Advisory Commissioned by The Port of Portland Pacifica Commissioned by The Nature Conservancy of Oregon   Tuesday, May 10th, 2016 4-6pm 1st floor…

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Designer wears her message on her sleeve – March 5, 2014

Designer wears her message on her sleeve March 5, 2014 By BRIANNA WHITE The Eastern Progress Read the article and see photos on line. One man’s trash is another man’s treasure, but it can also be the foundation for recycled art, such as the creations made by Nancy Judd. Alice Jones, professor of geography and…

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Recycle queen holding court on eco-stylin’ – February 28, 2014

Recycle queen holding court on eco-stylin’ February 28, 2014 Melissa Merli The News-Gazette seriving East-Central Illilnois Read the article and see photos on line. Artist reuses stuff bound for landfills to create ‘trashion’ Called the Queen of Recycling or a rock star of reuse, Nancy Judd of Santa Fe, N.M., is in C-U this weekend…

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WFMZ-TV NEWS

WFMZ-TV NEWS September 25, 2013 news story about the ReDress Upcycled Style Exhibition in the Reading Public Museum.

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Santa Fe Reporter – June 4, 2013

Upcycled superhero is here to teach you about sink aerators June, 4, 2013 By Enrique Limón Read the article and see photos on line. It’s a bird…it’s a LEED-certified plane…it’s Sol Man, Santa Fe’s own conservationist superhero! “This is the Man in progress,” artist and environmental educator Nancy Judd says, leading the way to her…

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New Mexican – April 3, 2013

Ortiz students test bulbs, make ‘trash fashion’ to learn about conserving April 3, 2013 By Robert Nott Read the article and see photos on line. In an effort to draw attention to energy conservation efforts, Ortiz Middle School students engaged in a battle of the light bulbs in science class Wednesday, while building an “Energizer”…

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Radio Interview on KSFR

September 23, 2012 By: Rhea Goodman Thirty minute interview on Living Juicy, KSFR, 101.1 FM radio. Click here to listen.  

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New Mexican – June 26, 2012

Eco-fashion diva passes on $10K Dasani deal June 26, 2012 By  Phaedra Haywood Read the article and see photos on line.   Environmental educator and artist Nancy Judd makes a living standing up for her values. In March, doing so cost her about $10,000. The Santa Fe-based Recycle Runway founder says she turned down an…

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New Mexican, Pasa Tiempo

Art in Review April 20, 2012 By Michael Abatemarco Read original article. Nancy Judd and Nicole Morris: Consumption, New Mexico Arts Centennial Project Space, 54 ’6 E. San Francisco St., Suite 2, 699-4914; through May 5 Repurposing found and discarded objects, while not a new concept, is given a considerable new twist in Consumption at…

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