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Waxed

Waxed, a new show featuring art at least partly created with wax, opened Wednesday, Nov. 7 in the new LMC Art Gallery inside the new Library. (New is the new new this year at LMC)
The large work in this photo, "Wall of Grids," created by Daniella Woolf, has over 300 small pieces made waxed strips of paper was designed specifically for the space in the gallery.
You'd better get there before Dec 6, because it all comes down then.
Got any good wax lines for us? Wax on, wax off? Waxing enthusiastic? Something about Brazil?

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