3 Artists Exhibit Work At Arts On The Square

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Paintings, moving metal and clay sculptures - that's what you'll find Friday night at the opening of 'Transmission: Design on the Machine.'

The show features work from three local artists, Kari Robertson, Mary Ellen Kalil Shevalier and Chris Miller.

"It can go in many different directions and people will have to come to find out how we interpreted it," said Kari.

Kari says one of her clay sculptures represents the connection people have with technology.

Mary Ellen used her painting to illustrate the human machine.

"My work speaks of our physical existence as well as spiritual and social and psychological," she said.

Kari says Chris Miller took the theme quite literally, using actual machinery to create moving metal sculptures.

Organizers say they hope the arts show encourages people to think about how they can use the arts council to promote their artwork.

"We definitely would like to see people get involved and put their energy in and be able to take advantage of this beautiful location," said Kari.

If you can't make the premier on Friday, the work will be on display at Arts on the Square until the end of June.

Friday, October 24, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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