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Abstract art on view, artist sessions coming

1:46 PM, Apr. 24, 2013  |  Comments
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Woodson Art Museum is featuring artworks made of bentwood and screenprints. The three exhibits now on view offer abstract sculpture and bold geometric shapes. Museum visitors will see functional furniture crafted from greenwood bending in "Torqued & Twisted: Bentwood Today" and "Functional & Abstract: New Work by Jason Ramey."

The graphic design work of Charley Harper is also showcased in the exhibit "Beguiled by the Wild." View stripped down geometric illustrations that pack a visual punch. The Woodson will host artist Sherrie York in a Harper-inspired hands-on art project using an oversized bed-sheet size fabric in her artist residency, Let the Good Time Steamroll, from April 30 to May 5.

York will teach children, aged 5 to 12, how to make linocuts in the upcoming Little Masters program from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday.

Register for the free session by calling 715.845.7010 or email museum@lywam.org.

To watch woodworker and sculptor Jason Ramey's recent visit, visit the video page at www.wausaudailyherald.com

All three exhibits are on view through June 16. For other program information visit www.lywam.org for program information.

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