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Home » Archives » August 2018 » SJCT Presents Incongruent Muse

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08/29/2018: "SJCT Presents Incongruent Muse"


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(Art by Jan Murphy)


The San Juan Community Theatre will host three San Juan Island Artists for a month-long show, entitled, “Incongruent Muse” from September 1-30.

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(L to R: Dona Reed's Countiing Ravens, & Jan Murphy's Songbird - photo)


Assemblage art (pronounced ah•sem•blahj) is a form of sculpture comprised of objects arranged in such a way that they create an art piece. These objects can be anything organic or man-made. Scraps of wood, stones, old shoes, baked bean cans, doll parts, vintage kitchen utensils ��" anything goes in this unique and creative art form.

Reed, McIntyre and Murphy will be on hand for an Artist Reception, Saturday, September 15 from 5:00 to 8:00 at the San Juan Community Theatre. Wine and light refreshments will be served.

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