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E-town's Lyet Gallery hosts ‘Uncommon Bond’ exhibit through Oct. 22

Jo Margolis artElizabethtown College hosts ‘Uncommon Bond,’ featuring five artists with art of different forms and mediums, in Lyet Gallery through Oct. 22. ‘Uncommon Bond’ includes works from Mary B. Hochendoner, Beverlee Lehr, Mary Lundeen, Jo Margolis and Donna Curanzy-Seltzer.

Mary B. Hochendoner studied at The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Doshi Academy and the University of Dayton. Hochendoner works with oil paint and charcoal to create pieces inspired from her travels to Mexico, Europe and Asia.

Beverlee Lehr creates unique three-dimensional ceramic sculptures that mimic elements of nature. She studied at Trinity College, Millersville University and Penland School of Crafts.

Mary Lundeen’s painting style is described as “action painting” or “gestural abstraction.” She applies the paint to canvas through her subconscious. Lundeen studied at the Pennsylvania School of Art & Design, Millersville University and Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Jo Margolis studied at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Fine Arts. Margolis works with ink, graphite and wood to create visually enticing pieces that deal with nature.

Donna Curanzy-Seltzer is a multi-media artist who studied at Shippensburg University, Lebanon Valley College and the University of Washington.

Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. This event is free and open to the public. Contact: Amy Reynolds at 717-361-1212.

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