Art: Paper Trail: Contemporary Works on Paper

Origami isn’t the only wayto transform paper as an art medium. A new exhibit coming to the Phyllis WestonGallery explores the variety of ways paper can be used as a medium. Threeartists are fe

Origami isn’t the only way to transform paper as an art medium. A new exhibit coming to the Phyllis Weston Gallery explores the variety of ways paper can be used as a medium. Three artists are featured, each with a different focus. Kim Burgas uses the human figure as an object to show the juxtapositions of young and old, and the ordinary and nobility. Terence Hammonds uses images from the Civil Rights movement and pairs them with soul and funk music from the 1970s. The third artist, Max Unterhaslberger, finds the unkempt buildings around Cincinnati full of vivacious potential. Through May 5. Phyllis Weston Gallery, 2005 Madison Road, O’Bryonville. 513-321-5200, phylliswestongallery.com.

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