ReWorked Creations Now Open!

Great news! After a 2-year renovation of our 1925 Florida bungalow, ReWorked Creations interactive art gallery is now open in the Village of the Arts. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-4pm. ReWorked Creations specializes in offering art created from a wide variety of reclaimed and repurposed materials including many different types of papers, maps, sheet music, buttons, broken jewelry, pallet wood, mardi gras beads, scrap fabric, egg shells, found objects and much more.

Make and Take Programming Available

In addition to hosting the work of several reuse artists, ReWorked Creations offers Make and Take programming in the form of Open Studio, classes and workshops. Check out our Make and Take page to find out more!

What’s Happening at the Gallery this Week!

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ReWorked Creations18 hours ago
Hello friends! We've extended our EcoFest sale through April 27. Buy 2, Get 1 Free on cards, cuttings, appliques, ornaments, beads, paper packs and repurposed parts. Stop by and stock up on some fab parts for your next mixed media project!
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ReWorked Creations21 hours ago
It’s what inspires us to do what we do.
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ReWorked Creations3 days ago
Today was quieter than we anticipated at the gallery, so Lee and I experimented more with techniques for creating cityscapes with paint chip samples. We are developing a strategy and ultimately a class. These are some early examples and we’ve already switched up some of the techniques to compensate for problems we encountered. Creating equals learning!
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Exploring the Village of the Arts today during Village of the Arts EcoFest? Share your photos and tag them! #seeninthevota
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Free Make and Take today at ReWorked Creations during the EcoFest celebration in the Village of the Arts!
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ReWorked Creations4 days ago
Free Make and Take at ReWorked Creations during EcoFest! Stop in and make a paint chip cityscape. Lee will guide you through the process!