BELFAST — Sandra Huck of Caribou is the featured guest artist at Local Color Gallery, 135 High St., from Oct. 3 through 30.

Huck’s sculptures on canvas, created with found objects, feature the weathered, worn and eroded textures and forms created by nature. Each find — a rock, a feather, driftwood, wire — has its own beauty and voice. When these finds are arranged on the canvas, a dialogue emerges. Huck’s assemblages create new conversations as she lets the objects speak for themselves.

Huck studied art at the University of Maine at Presque Isle and advanced sculpture at Teachers College in New York City. She has participated in several group shows and had a solo exhibition of her work in the Reed Gallery at the University of Maine at Presque Isle. Huck’s work is in several private collections and is currently available at Thompson & Company in Kennebunkport.

Local Color Gallery is open seven days a week. For details, visit localcolorgallerymaine.org.