Amanda Serrano, a sculptor who makes art from sea glass, bottles and magazines, found this Earth Day season surprisingly busy.
|Sculptor Amanda Serrano|
"I didn't really think of South Florida as being terribly interested in Earth-friendliness," she says. "So maybe there's a growing interest."
Serrano is excited about that interest and the accompanying opportunities. "I think art has a way of hooking people into controversial issues they may not want to think about too seriously, but can ease into with art," she says.
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