September 2012 Artist: Amy Bauer

Amy’s work is called ‘Conceptual Environmental’ which focuses on sustainability and goes a few steps beyond simple recycling.

Artist Amy Bauer’s work represents her eclectic style and urban surroundings. Her art is organic. From the materials she uses to the style in which she works. Amy’s art is done with a natural flow of traditional craft with an environmental twist.

Amy calls her work ‘Conceptual Environmental’. It focuses on disposability or sustainability. In other words; What to do with something after it has served it’s purpose. In simplest terms you can think of this as recycling, but a few steps more then just putting paper into a blue bin.

Opening Night Party
Friday September 7, 2012 6:30PM–9:00PM. We’ll have a free selection of our sandwiches as well as yummy sweets from Christopher Street Cookies. Soft drinks, coffee and tea will be available at special discounts.

Musical Entertainment
Randy Morton of the fun-loving band of nautical rockers Motorboat will be taking over our li’l stage for September. Starting on this night and throughout the month, you can expect many special guests and lots of great music.

And bring the kids to this family-friendly, alcohol-free celebration of the arts.

Supporting The Arts
As always, D’s does not take any money from our artists. Any proceeds from art or music sold go directly to them.

Read more about Amy’s work at