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    Making art - Photo by Adriane Herman | of | Share this photo

    A bale of recycled aluminum ecomaine loaned to artist Adriane Herman for her project, "Out of Sorts." The five bales included in the exhibition are "actually beautiful objects," said Jocelyn Lee, who owns Speedwell Projects gallery in Portland. "They look like minimalist sculptures."

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    Herman in her Portland studio. Her imagination was sparked at the landfill in Cape Elizabeth, watching people unload and jettison their possessions.

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    Artist Adriane Herman's studio above Space Gallery in downtown Portland. Herman is showing a variety of work in September at the Speedwell Projects art gallery.

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    Photographs of piles of wood waste inspire Herman's monotypes. Her imagination for the project "Out of Sorts" was sparked by time spent at the landfill in Cape Elizabeth.

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    Work in progress at artist Adriane Herman's Portland studio.

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    A "salad" of cut paper bound for a monotype. For Herman, the concept of consumption has both physical and emotional components.

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