Visual Arts

June 18, 2014 7:00 AM

Plastic straws, onion bags and bubble wrap sound environmental messages in sculpture show at Epsten Gallery

Large-scale sculptural works by Karen McCoy, Miles Neidinger and Matt Jacobs explore environmental themes in “(Re)imagine,” exhibit at the Epsten Gallery. Charred plaster worms, plastic straws, bubble wrap and mesh onion bags are just some of the materials they use to create their commentary.

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