Bandon, Oregon: Washed Ashore Ocean Trash Art

Artists create large wildlife sculptures from garbage washed up on the Pacific coast to raise awareness about pollution. Bandon resident Angela Haseltine Pozzi started this in 2009.
325 E 2nd St., Bandon, OR
In town, on the north side of E. 2nd St., just west of where it splits off of US-101.
Outdoor art visible 24/7; indoor W-Sa 12-5 (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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Washed Ashore Sculpture

This volunteer organization creates amazing large art pieces from debris washed up on the local beaches. One is displayed out on the street, with more works inside.

[Brenda, 03/31/2019]

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