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“Works on Paper” on display at Medford Arts Center through May 18

The Medford Arts Center is currently displaying its latest exhibit, “Works on Paper,” through Sunday, May 18. The exhibit consists of about 85 different pieces including paintings, watercolors, drawings and other art.

At the exhibit’s opening reception on April 11, juror Joseph Sweeney named the top three works in the exhibit. The first place prize went to “Time to Retire” by Norma McCoy. Second place was “Butterfly Vase by Ginny Ogden. Third place went to “Jam Session” by Doree Lochiavo.

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Three works also received honorable mentions at the reception. These went to “Conspicuous Construction” by Ben Cohen, “The Mystery of the Mangrove Tree” by Irvane Spracklin and “The Wisdom of Women” by Deborah Pey.

The exhibit can be viewed during the arts center’s open hours on Friday, Saturday or Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Visitors can also visit the center at other hours through appointment. Most of the artwork displayed at the center is also available for purchase.

For more information, call the Medford Arts Center at (609) 654–6033.


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