Nate Nichols is a high school dropout, schooled in neither art nor welding. His goal as an artist is to show that much of what we discard as junk actually has value as an art medium. He believes that we should all look at the possible uses of things before discarding them and adding to an already overburdened waste stream.
Nichols has an expansive outdoor gallery on Route 32 in Waldoboro, Me. and operates under the business name Recycle-Art. at 483. Bremen Rd. Waldoboro, Maine.
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