Objet Trouve: An Exhibit of Found Objects

The West Orange Arts Council (WOAC) is proud to present "Objet Trouve: An Exhibit of Found Objects," a gallery show curated by Carol Black-Lemon that collects beautiful pieces of art crafted from unusual, non-artistic "found" objects. The participating artists used everything from broken china to old computer parts to create extraordinary works evoking memories, spark connections and build upon themes. By doing so, they proved art can be found in everything around us. 

The WOAC is providing ample opportunity to experience this art, too. The public can either schedule a time to visit the gallery or check out the virtual exhibit on https://www.westorangeartscouncil.org.

Contact Information
  1. West Orange Arts Council
  2. 973-325-0151
  3. info@woarts.org
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The West Orange Arts Council (WOAC) is proud to present "Objet Trouve: An Exhibit of Found Objects," a gallery show curated by Carol Black-Lemon that collects beautiful pieces of art crafted from unusual, non-artistic "found" objects. The participating artists used everything from broken china to old computer parts to create extraordinary works evoking memories, spark ...

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