Susan Ashelford, of Milford, takes Sandy debris and creates art for Sandy victim relief

Ashelford says a portion of the sales will go to the United Way of Milford's Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund.

Ashelford says a portion of the sales will go to the United Way of Milford's Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund. (7/23/13)

MILFORD - A Milford woman is taking debris from Superstorm Sandy and turning it into works of art.

Susan Ashelford says she wants her art pieces to represent the resilience of the Milford community after the late October storm.

Ashelford used debris from her own backyard to make picture frames, key hooks and coat racks. She sells the pieces at her gift shop, Given to Gauche.

Ashelford says a portion of the sales will go to the United Way of Milford's Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund.

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