Mixed-media artist Lorraine Reynolds will display her work in a one-woman show, "What Remains," from Friday, Oct. 22, to Saturday, Nov. 20, at Seminary Arts, 201 Hollow Road, Waterbury Center.

The opening reception is Saturday, Oct. 23, from 5 to 9 p.m.

Assembled in old boxes, frames and books, found objects find unity and a common voice in Reynolds' hands.

Reynolds, a graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology, is a technical designer by day and a mixed-media artist by night. In the past four years, she has displayed her work in group shows in Vermont, but this is her first solo exhibit.

Reynolds will also lead a workshop, "Ghost Stories: Creating Mixed Media Shrines from Found Objects," on Saturday, Oct. 30, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Seminary. The workshop will lead people through the process of creating a unique work of art from artifacts, use their imaginations to find the ghost in old things and bring forth their tales in a three-dimensional form. The fee is $75 and includes some basic materials. Registration: Mame McKee, 253-8790.

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