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Woodson shows screenprints, unique woods

10:49 AM, May 15, 2013  |  Comments
Rib Mountain Elementary's fifth grade students Madeleine Bizjak, left, helps to guide Paige Nelson on carving her woodblock artwork during the artist-in-residence program of Sherrie York at the Woodson Art Museum.
Rib Mountain Elementary's fifth grade students Madeleine Bizjak, left, helps to guide Paige Nelson on carving her woodblock artwork during the artist-in-residence program of Sherrie York at the Woodson Art Museum.
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To complement the "Beguiled by the Wild" exhibit now on view at Woodson Art Museum, artist Sherrie York spent a week in residence earlier this month giving lessons to students across the area and even a public event on May 4 that utilized a steamroller in the museum parking lot to create oversized graphic prints.

Printed banners created by students from all area high schools are still on view in the new addition's lower level gallery, 700 N. Twelfth St.

Visitors can also see sculpture and contemporary furniture in the exhibit, "Functional & Abstract", and the work of nine artists is featured in "Torqued & Twisted", showcasing angular and traditional characteristics of woodwork. All three exhibits remain on view through June 16. Visit the Woodson's website for upcoming family programs or call 715-845-7010.

All photos by T'xer Zhon Kha/Daily Herald Media

 

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