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Eyes and Dolls

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Dismembered dolls and factory rejects fascinate painter Amy Swartele, who revels in the detritus of material culture. Grotesque and humorous, her work is a postindustrial update of the bizarre visions of hell by 15th century Dutch painter Hieronmyus Bosch. The new painting professor at Baldwin-Wallace, Swartele is a native of Belgium, and just moved here from Massachusetts. A solo exhibit of her work, Heterograft, is at the Fawick Art Gallery at Baldwin-Wallace College, 95 E. Bagley Rd. in Berea, through Dec. 11.

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