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Four new Box exhibits feature Winston the Wunderdog, the St. Joseph River and more

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ST. JOSEPH — The Box Factory for the Arts will open four new exhibits this weekend as part of ”Series 4.”

“The Hidden Common Place” by Matt Payovich, “Found” by David Baker, “ReShoot” by area photographers and “At the River’s End” by members of the Berrien Artist Guild go on display Friday. They will remain on exhibit for the rest of the summer.

Winston produce label

Winston the Wunderdog is featured in this piece by Matt Payovich. The artwork, inspired by vintage fruit crate labels, is framed in antique barnwood.

Matt Payovich mug

Payovich

David Baker Found 2

One of the watercolor works from David Baker's new exhibit, "Found," depicts a driftwood structure built on the beach at Rocky Gap County Park.

David Baker mug

Baker

ReShoot Kirby

“Dreamy Sail” by Barbara Anne Kirby will be among the artwork on display for “ReShoot” at the Box Factory for the Arts.

River's End calendar

The May Graham, a St. Joseph River ferry, is shown on a Berrien Springs State Bank calendar from 1931. Susan Plee offered the piece up for the Box’s “At the River’s End” exhibit, noting her great-grandfather was a clerk on the ship, which transported goods from Benton Harbor to Berrien Springs.

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