The Art of Paper
Curated by Lesley Lundgren
Sept 8–Oct 31, 2020
Mansion at Strathmore
Paper has a myriad of functional uses, from currency to office supplies to packing materials. Artists have long covered paper with ink, pastel, and watercolor. However, in Paper Works, artists elevate the material in innovative ways. Through cutting, quilling, or sculptural folding, paper becomes more than a surface for an image—it becomes the art itself.
We look forward to welcoming visitors back to the Mansion for this landmark exhibition two years in the making.
Generous support for this exhibition is provided by Karen Lefkowitz and Al Neyman.
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Virtual Opening Reception: Thu, Sept 24, 7pm
Melinda Fabian, sculpture/installation
Ashley Chiang, paper quilling
Kate Norris, collage
Lucrezia Beerli-Bieler, cut paper
Jennifer Deppe Parker, collage
Gina Gwen Palacios, cut paper/paper sculpture
Rosa Leff, cut paper
Daniel Lai, paper folding and altered books
Leigh Suggs, cut paper
Marylouise Roach, paper folding
Ronni Jolles, paper layers and painting
PRESS RELEASE (pdf)
Banner: The Dutchman by Kate Norris
Hermana, Hermano by Gina Gwen Palacios
Raspberry Petit Four by Melinda Fabian
Virtual Art Talk for Kids with Melinda Fabian
Virtual Art Talk for Adults with Melinda Fabian
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