Works on Paper
An Exhibition Featuring 2D work from Regional Artists
Pick-up date: August 29, 10am-2pm
Before the invention of paper, artists used stone, clay, plaster, bone, and even wax to create impressive compositions that embodied concepts of nature and beauty. In the ancient world, papyrus imported from Egypt turned the Roman Empire into a flourishing and almost completely literate society. Paper has captured our imaginations and offered us impressions of the past, from detailed drawings in the notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci to the literary works of Charles Dickens. Though its impact is far-reaching, we rarely reflect on how this remarkable innovation has fundamentally transformed our lives for the better.
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