Year’s final art exhibit to close in days


The Old Town Hall Studio and Gallery’s final exhibit of the year called, “Cut, Torn and Shredded” that features the works of three artists, opened last Saturday and will close around Sept. 21. From top photo down, Gene Mihleisen is exhibiting torn heavy watercolor paper, creating dynamics not available through conventional watercolor methods. Kelly Alexander is exhibiting papercutting work featuring the interaction between the female figure and nature. Gallery co-owner Don Urness is exhibiting pieces made of recycled paper pulp. The gallery is at 814 Main St., Belgium. Urness, who teaches art at Cedar Grove-Belgium High School, plans a busy summer of exhibits and the schedule slows during the school year. He and his wife Eileen will exhibit their work at Lakeland University’s Bradley Gallery from Sept. 27 to Nov. 1. An opening reception will be held from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27. Photos by Sam Arendt

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