Emotional art

. May 25, 2012.
ART-note

Exploring the emotional layers of people and animals, Marcia Polenberg's sculpture art is expressive, as she uses abstract coloring to breathe life into her work. The long-time art professor will show some of her new work in the exhibition The Birthday Party – An Installation with Invited Guests at the Clay Gallery from 7-9pm on Friday, June 1.

The gallery will also hold an  Art's Talk, where Polenberg leads a forum about the exhibition, at 3pm on Sunday, June 10.

335 S. Main St. 734-662-7927. www.claygallery.org

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