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Photos From Our September Exhibits

Sculptures from Kreshnik Xhiku's exhibit, "Structural Elements."
Sculptures from Kreshnik Xhiku’s exhibit, “Structural Elements.”

September All-Media Exhibit / Structural Elements
Through October 7
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 12, 6:30 pm

Open through the first Monday in October, the exhibits this month in The Art League Gallery feature a mix of work by Art League members working in all media. Kreshnik Xhiku’s “Structural Elements” is an exhibit of free-standing and wall sculpture, with an emphasis on wood and fabric. (Our video interview with the artist is coming soon.) Our juried group exhibit is headlined by this best-in-show piece by tapestry artist Tea Okropiridze:

Connection by Tea Okropiridze, winner of the Shayna Heisman Simkin Award
Connection by Tea Okropiridze, winner of the Shayna Heisman Simkin Award.

The opening reception is next Thursday, September 12, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm, and Kreshnik Xhiku will give an artist talk Sunday, September 29 at 2:00 pm in the Gallery. See below for more photos:

Outreach, metal and ceramic, by Kathlyn J. Avila.
Outreach, metal and ceramic, by Kathlyn J. Avila.
Triple Iris, glass, lead, and zinc by Stephen Sherwin.
Triple Iris, glass, lead, and zinc by Stephen Sherwin.
Work from the juried group show.
Work from the juried group show.

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