Storied Paper, an exhibit exploring the range and diversity of artwork on paper by California and nationally-known artists, opens Friday, May 19th with an artists’ reception from 5 to 7 p.m. The reception is free and open to the public.
Paper is almost always the repository where art begins. Paper is the substance that receives the hint of an idea and finds its first outward realization. Yet paper can also support the most complex and layered of processes—watercolor, lithography and print—and be the foundation of the most refined and finished of artistic constructions.
Storied Paper will include artwork on paper by Tracey Adams, Martha Alf, Peter Alexander, Robert Brokl, Joan Brown, Robert De Niro, Senior, Lisa Esherick, Christian Fagerlund, Virginia Frieyro, Don Fritz, Deanna Forbes, Hanna Hannah, Nancy Lawton, David Ligare, Henry Miller, Grace Munakata, Frank Lobdell, Susan Manchester, Paul Resika, Jane Rosen, Robynn Smith, M. Louise Stanley, Livia Stein, Joseph Slusky, Manolo Valdes, James Weeks, Don Weygandt and Jan Wurm.
The exhibit can be seen through June 16th.
Artwork: “Guna 11” by Tracey Adams