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Posted on: September 4, 2019

Special Exhibit: Artist Ronnie Streichler's "Talking Trash"

Ronnie Streichler Exhibit 2019

A mixed media artist working with materials such as wood, plastics, glass, piping, algae, aluminum and cardboard (anything and everything discarded), Streichler views trash as a thing of beauty that can be transformed into art. Her exhibit, “Talking Trash,” debuted at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, and has been shown at numerous other venues throughout New Jersey. Her jewelry, photographs, and art can be found in private collections around the world. Streichler also designed Fort Lee’s first community garden and is the curator of The Holocaust Museum and Education Center in The New Synagogue of Fort Lee. Her menorah of automobile stampings resides in the Menorah Museum of Rochester, New York. An artist’s reception will be held for on Tuesday, October 22 from 6:30-8:30pm at the Library. The exhibit may be viewed in the exhibit cases on the main level of the Library through October.

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