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For Immediate Release:

Three artists, Lenore Tawney, Tetsuro Sawada and Yoshiharu Higa, will be a special offering of weavings, collages, drawings, paintings, and prints in an exhibition at the Hunterdon Art Center, Clinton, opening November 18 and continuing through December 17.

[[strikethrough]] Artist weaver, [[/strikethrough]] Lenore Tawney, a Hunterdon County resident, is among the most respected in her craft and exerts an international influence with her innovative techniques and imaginative and beautiful products. She is credited with being one of the first weavers to create three-dimensional hangings, thereby freeing the medium from solely functional applications. Her explorations in the arts embraces drawing, boxes and collages which have won critical acclaim for their sensitivity to materials.

For this exhibit she has created a special weaving-sculpture constructed of canvas and thread entitled "Cloud Series VI" which will house an 8 [[strikethrough]] foot [[/strikethrough]] square foot area.
On Monday, November 20 at 10:30 AM she will present a special slide-lecture and discussion of her work at the Hunterdon Art Center. Reservations are available through the Art Center at $10 per person and a luncheon will be served.

Japanese artist, Tetsuro Sawada, presents a collection of abstract watercolors with a unique touch of Oriental Calligraphy, bands of soft blacks and a subtle palette of colors. His work [[strikethrough]] is in the trad [[/strikethrough]] has been described as being in the tradition of haiku poetry in which two lines express a complex experience.
Mr. Sawada paints daily in both oils and watercolors and has shown internationally and is represented in many collections.

Mr. Yoshiharu Higa, originally from Japan but currently teaching at colleges in the United States, will show recent abstract prints. He is also noted for his photography. His work is found in collections from the Museum of Modern Art in New York to museums in Tokyo and Spain and many private collections. He has been a participant in many group and one-man exhibitions. Mr. Higa's prints will be presented in the Hunterdon Art Center's downstairs gallery.

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