CONCORD — Many say that art is subjective and that people bring their own interpretations to paintings or movies or music.
In the case of one particular sculpture showcased at the Hapgood Wright Town Forest, the interpretation was a bit too topical to stand.
Barbara Fletcher, a mixed-media artist out of Lowell, said she had to remove her sculpture from The Umbrella Arts Center’s fifth annual Art Ramble due to it being deemed “too political” by officials.
Located on Stow Street at the old Emerson School building, the center has galleries and studio space to host community arts initiatives, workshops for children and adults, and private events. The center also offers creative art summer camps, Makerspace labs, a 344-seat main stage, theater and a 100-seat black box theater for performance artists. The center’s ramble is an annual outdoor public art installation in…