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Artist Talk - Rose Marie Starke Collage Collection

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Intricate collages snipped from cardboard, wire, paper and ribbon make up the scenes that multi-media artist Rose Marie Starke presents in this collection of artwork at City Hall this month. Her love of miniatures and textures collide to bring delightful little worlds. All of Starke’s pieces in this art show are paper collage; several have acrylic paint, colored pencil and pastel added. “Where’s the Milk?” is an in-depth look into a stocked refrigerator, “Prime Real Estate” has parts of 36 rooftops and “Savannah” incorporates real cat whiskers. Exhibit Runs June 18-July 13, 8:30 am-4:30 pm.

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