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Collage artwork on display at Gateway Theatre

A new exhibition in Gateway Theatre's second floor lobby features paper collage artwork by Jean Garnett.

Island Fusion blurs the boundaries of paper and fabric. When fully woven, paper strips can act like fabric; when cut and mounted, fabric can act like paper. Fused together, they can say many things about the Hawaiian culture and experience.

Garnett spent years designing chocolate truffles before adding paper collage to her creative repertoire. Her artwork can be seen April 3 to 30 at Gateway Theatre, 6500 Gilbert Rd.

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