A new exhibit opens this week at Worthington’s McConnell Arts Center.
Thursday the McConnell Arts Center will feature local Artist Ed Philips. Philips specializes in texture based abstract paintings, often times incorporating sand and modeling paste to add pop and depth to the images. He possesses his own personal style, influenced by the land and seascapes he painted before making the move to more contemporary art.
The corridor gallery will feature Juliette Montague, an artist specializing in encaustic works, which uses pigments mixed with hot wax to burn in as an inlay. Her pieces are inspired by the metaphysical and is driven by humor. The public reception starts at 7 p.m. with the MAC member reception starting at 6 p.m. Admission is free and the exhibit itself will be on display from May 25 to August 13. For more information, visit mcconnellarts.org
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