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Harold Herson, Menominee, admires an art exhibit with his friend Tera Johnson, Menominee, recently at Spies Public Library in Menominee. The exhibit by printmaker and UW-Green Bay alumni Nadia Juhnke is called “My Interior Life Through Printmaking” and will be on display through Jan. 31. The prints are abstracts that involves subjective meanings to the artist.
EagleHerald/Rick Gebhard
Harold Herson, Menominee, admires an art exhibit with his friend Tera Johnson, Menominee, recently at Spies Public Library in Menominee. The exhibit by printmaker and UW-Green Bay alumni Nadia Juhnke is called “My Interior Life Through Printmaking” and will be on display through Jan. 31. The prints are abstracts that involves subjective meanings to the artist.
Harold Herson, Menominee, admires an art exhibit with his friend Tera Johnson, Menominee, recently at Spies Public Library in Menominee. The exhibit by printmaker and UW-Green Bay alumni Nadia Juhnke is called “My Interior Life Through Printmaking” and will be on display through Jan. 31. The prints are abstracts that involves subjective meanings to the artist.