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Exhibition of new sculptures by Arlene Shechet opens at Sikkema Jenkins & Co.

Sikkema Jenkins & Co. presents Turn Up the Bass, an exhibition of new sculptures by Arlene Shechet on view from October 13, 2016 through November 12, 2016. In Turn Up the Bass, Arlene Shechet continues to break new ground, presenting a generative new body of work that advances her long history of integrating object and pedestal. A master of glaze, she displays her technical virtuosity in these sculptures by using a new homemade clay to cast positive elements from the hollows of carved wood, concrete and steel.
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