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Fine Art 

When: Sat., Nov. 16 2013
Artist JoAnn DePolo takes contemporary art to a whole new level with her new exhibition Restored, a unique collection of sculptures made entirely from outdated computer parts. See how DePolo deconstructs technological devices of the past only to give them new life and meaning by rebuilding them into interactive pieces, such as fully functional laser scanners and desk clocks. In addition to her computer sculptures, the exhibit features some of DePolo's stunning paintings, jewelry, glassware and photography. An opening reception for Restored takes place tonight from 7 to 9 p.m at JoAnn DePolo Studios & Gallery in North Olmsted. Can't make it to tonight's free event? DePolo's exhibit will be on display through Dec. 14. (McConnell)


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