TIN CAN SALLY • Sally Seamans • Recycled Tin Art and Jewelry
Hi. I am Tin Can Sally. I create birds, fish, jewelry, collages, mobiles, and more from printed tin containers of all shapes and sizes. I find my tins at yard sales, flea markets, antique shops and serendipity. I am a tin hunter/gatherer. Some of the tins I use are olive oil, cookie, coffee, tea, candy, biscuit, soy sauce, mustard, ethnic foods, popcorn and sewing tins. I greatly appreciate any tins that are kindly recycled my way. My work can be seen at: Local Colors Artists' Cooperative, 121 Main St., Gloucester, MA. I am also known as Sally Seamans of Gloucester, MA.

(If you are looking for the person who makes tin switch plates and outlet covers, please visit https://tincansally.com )

FLOCK, Installation of 386 tin birds, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA, 2009.