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Arts Center hosts exhibit

Southborough – Currently on exhibit at the Arts Center at Southborough is "Collage: Process and Product." The show explores the rich and unique art medium of collage, which includes pasted papers, altered books, mixed media, assemblage and much more.

The title of the exhibit refers to two diverse ways of making art. One way to approach creating a new piece of art is to immerse oneself in the artistic process, whatever that may be: painting, pasting, assembling, cutting or drawing. Works created this way emerge from the use of materials and the artist does not start with a preconceived notion of what the end product will be. The other approach is to start with a preconceived idea of what the piece will be or mean and work the processes to that end.

Participating in the show are the following artists: Kathleen Hendrick, Joan Loewenberg, Amy Rubin, Nyia Yanatos, Ted Todd, Amelia Todd, Donna Kaplan, Caroline Bowden, Betsy Beninger, Michele Kweder, Joan Halperin, Joan Rubin-Deutsch, Ania Gilmore and Leah Fine.

The show runs until Friday April 10.

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