Harlow Gallery presents “New Work” by Michael Droge and Robert Lash

Robert Lash, detail of a sculpture

The Harlow Gallery in Hallowell presents “New Work” by contemporary artists Michael Droge and Robert Lash through Sat., Sept. 24th

Robert Lash started with a mechanical and engineering background, and found his true vocation as a Sculptor in 1994. Robert has exhibited his work extensively throughout the Eastern United States, and his work is represented in numerous private collections nationwide. His most recent body of work focuses on forms made of repurposed industrial steel.
Michel Droge received an MFA in Interdisciplinary Studio Art from of Mane College of Art. She received the Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA award in 2010, The Maine Arts Commission Good Idea Grant in 2011, and was included in the Boston Young Contemporaries Exhibition at Boston University in 2010. She is currently represented in Portland by Aucocisco Galleries.
The Harlow Gallery
is home of the Kennebec Valley Art Association. FMI, visit www.harlowgallery.org

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