Inventor, creator, auto designer and artist Glen Ediger has led rather a everyday living — profitable awards for designs, filing patents as an inventor and successful awards for his producing. He grew up on a farm in Harvey County, and has lived that everyday living within the county. 

And his artwork is now hanging in a gallery in Harvey County, as the Carriage Factory Gallery opens  “Environmental Exposure” this weekend, an exhibition which will operate as a result of July 16. 

There will be  meet and greet activities at the gallery, 128 E. Sixth,  from  6 to 8 p.m. May well 29 and 1 to 3 p.m. May possibly 30.

For this exhibition, Ediger tapped on his inventor’s qualifications and farm roots — in his terms making a new inventive genre. 

“[It is] a new artwork genre I contact ‘Environmental Exposure,’” Ediger mentioned. “I established sheets of steel, copper, aluminum, or wooden outdoor with resources placing on top of the sheets, and expose it to the temperature for months to over a year, to develop abstract landscapes with the rust, dust and patina.”