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Exhibit remembers artist
Photo supplied Bowls, hand-turned ornaments and woodchip-carved plates by Nate Roth are a few of the numerous items in the exhibit, Out of the Woods: Remembering Nate Roth. The exhibit runs from Thursday to Oct. 31 at the Monroe Arts Center Frehner Gallery.
MONROE - Monroe Arts Center Frehner Gallery presents a new exhibit titled "Out of the Woods: Remembering Nate Roth." The exhibit pays tribute to long-time Monroe resident and woodworker Nate Roth and showcases his woodworking talent.The display features Roth's signature pieces such as hand-turned bowls, plates, ornaments and plant stands, as well as furniture and decorative items. Roth worked in the construction business for 45 years and managed the Bruni-Miller Company in Monroe.