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Nearly 50 artists have submitted works for the first Spring on Park show, which opens Saturday at the Art on Park building in downtown Warren.

The nature-themed art exhibit is a collaboration between the Trumbull County Council of Fine Arts and the Lotus Arts Center and is co-curated by David Wheeler and Sara Lee.

Submissions for the non-juried exhibition include fiber arts, sculpture, collage, oil painting, photography, pastel, watercolor, kinetic art, origami, drawing and mixed techniques.

According to Wheeler, the show features artists of all ages from northeast Ohio and western Pennsylvania and many first-time attendees at an Art on Park event.

The list of artists includes Romina Batino Stiffler, Megan Maggio, Jeffrey Bucher, Joe Davila, Josh Kronauer, Lena D’Amico, Abigail Weikart, Malorie Martin, Debbie Derrenbacher, James Hardy, Karen Fry, Carmen Denno, Amanda Baker, Diane Beatty, Ed Hallahan, Allie Vugrincic, Jody Neugebauer, Natalie Rae, Leo O’Meara, Dave Karr, Pete Vouvounas, Samandra Lynne, Sirena Rebovich, Ariana Wyndham, Vincent Wyndham, Gabriella Wyndham, Leanne Lee, Arabella Fritz, Shannon Fee, Beth Carson, Elise McKeown Skolnick, Jeff Vargo, Zenith Vargo, Trish Mullen, Alex Infante, Kendra M. Blake, Josh Meraz, Rick Maro, Lynn Anderson, Terry Polonsky, Susan Griffin, Debbie Brooks, Michele Coe, Kathryn Infante, James Shuttic, Dovey Wuvey and Lee.

The show will be open from 6-9 p.m. Saturday at Art on Park, 180 N. Park Ave., and the opening will include a plant life drawing activity presented by Lotus Art Center. The salon will also be open from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. on March 20, the first day of spring. Free entry.

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