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Reuse, Reassembly Masterfully Melded in Gallery Exhibition


"Prehistoric Bird," formed from wood, acrylic and metal, artfully alights in the gallery.
“Prehistoric Bird,” formed from wood, acrylic and metal, artfully alights in the gallery.
Standing before "Enigmatic Growths," a creation of mixed media on paper and pasted onto canvas, the artist discusses his work.
Standing before “Enigmatic Growths,” a creation of mixed media on paper and pasted onto canvas, the artist discusses his work.
Noteworthy details await discovery
Noteworthy details await discovery
Capturing an image of the imaginative
Capturing an image of the imaginative
A detail from "Every Bird Likes Its Own Nest," fashioned from clothing, rags, oil, acrylic and wood
A detail from “Every Bird Likes Its Own Nest,” fashioned from clothing, rags, oil, acrylic and wood

Distinctive multimedia artwork is represented in “Geometry,” running through Dec. 11 in The Gallery at Penn College. A “Meet the Artist” reception was held Thursday evening on the third floor of Madigan Library, where patrons gathered to learn more about Mikhail Gubin’s arresting collages and sculptures –many formed from discarded materials. The gallery is open 1-4 p.m. Sundays; 2-7 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays; and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesdays and Fridays. It will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday, Nov. 25-29.
Photos by Dalaney T. Vartenisian, student photographer

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