now at the Brea Gallery
July 14 - September 14, 2018
Back by popular demand, five years later, this exhibition is a second in-depth exploration of the potential of paper and the beauty of this underrated material. Featuring origami, papercuts, sculpture, collage, book arts, and everything in between, this exhibit is bound to change the perception of paper as just a writing surface. Artists from all over will be invited to display their skill at folding, molding, tearing, cutting, and crafting to fill the Gallery with tactile, inspiring paper works. Interactive projects and accompanying workshops will allow visitors to make their very own works of art. Below is a selection of pieces on display in the exhibit.
Exhibiting Artists: David Adey, James Allen, Alexis Arnold, Aimee Baldwin, Doug Beube, David Dunleavy, Kiyomi Fukui, Margaret Griffith, Adrienne Heloise, Beth Johnson, Kiel Johnson, Jessie Laura, Bhavna Mehta, Jared Needle, Chris Param, Nikki Rosato, Brian Singer, Leigh Suggs, Camilla Taylor, and JUDiTH+ROLFE.
Also coming up, meet two of the artists featured in PaperWorks Refolded...
Kiyomi Fukui and Chris Param will be working in the Gallery, creating new work for visitors to observe, photo and interact with. Noon to 5pm!
now through September 14, 2018
Wednesday - Sunday 12pm - 5pm
Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays
$3 General Admission
$2 for Seniors, Military, and Students (with valid ID)
FREE Admission for Brea Residents and Children Under 12