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This sculpture by Little Elm artist Brandon Jarrett is part of the Re:Vision Gallery’s latest exhibit, which ends on Saturday. Artwork in Re:Vision Gallery must be made mostly of used or recycled material. Jarrett makes masks and pieces using found metal.

SCRAP gallery features art made from reused items

Two days remain of the latest Re:Vision Gallery exhibit in downtown Denton.

Sculptures made mostly of found or used material are in the spotlight for the new local gallery. Housed inside SCRAP Denton, the space opens new exhibits on the first Friday of the month. The gallery is expressly for artwork in which 75 percent of the materials were already in the artist’s inventory, found or reused.

The gallery space is open during the creative reuse store’s hours, from noon to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday.

SCRAP is located at 215 W. Oak St. For more information, visit

— Staff report


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