The Edgewood exhibit liberally samples [Arlene Abend]'s sculptures, presenting works ranging from a piece which depicts a male-female duo and references Adam and Eve to "Spinoff," whose elements-steel, wood and copper- play off each other. "Remnants," a series of three objects that have deteriorated, is on display, and so is "Illusion," in which a quite long female figure is encased or confined by a box-like exterior, made from resin, a form of wax. There's a full display of metal and castresin artworks.So, "The Sentinel" isn't a figurative piece. The metal figure doesn't wear a uniform or swing a sword. Yet he evokes a soldier, possibly a member of a palace guard or ancient Rome's Praetorian Guard. A second work, "The Tourists," presents two small figures representing humans standing by a structure easily seen as a tall building. Where they are and what they're doing is open to discussion and speculation. A third piece, "Hidden," sets up a faade with small, blunt objects within. It's possible to interpret them as warheads or bullets or other objects.[Courtney Rile], in turn, met the artist during receptions at the Delavan Art Gallery. "I'm impressed by her honesty, by her integrity of character," she says. "I'm happy we're involved in helping to tell her story."