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The opening reception for the exhibition titled 'Abandoned, Images of What Remains' will be on Zoom.

COURTESY PHOTO: ACLO - "GasCo Building-Inspiring the Imagination" is a painting by Laura Blackwell that is on display at the current ACLO exhibit.The Arts Council of Lake Oswego decided to pivot to a virtual reception for its latest exhibition.

The exhibition titled "Abandoned, Images of What Remains" has about 90 pieces of art on display through Oct. 29 at the new ARTspace Gallery located in City Hall, 380 A Avenue, Suite A. The opening reception, where about 45 artists will talk about their processes, will now be conducted via Zoom from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 10.

Artwork includes photography, paint, collage and 3D pieces, all capturing different interpretations of the theme.

Work is available for sale, and people can visit the exhibition at the gallery from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday.

Visit the ACLO's website for more information and COVID-related safety measures.

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