March 4, 2019 Melissa Lamar

“Measure Twice, Cut Once,” by Tunxis professor Stephen Klema explores the process used to design and construct his permanent installation “Hobbes’ Claw 5 —UNrestrained,” located in the college’s 600 Building. The large-scale, 500-pound sculpture is one in a series using the shape of a circular saw blade as a starting point for investigation. The exhibit is on view Feb. 28-March 28. An opening reception will be held Feb. 28 from 4-7 p.m., adjacent to TCC Barnes-Franklin Art Gallery. For more information, email Arthur Simoes at asimoes@tunxis.edu.

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