Thursday, February 3, 2011

Paper In Particular Exhibition at the Larson Gallery
The piece Synapse is among the works now featured at the 32nd Annual Paper in Particular National Exhibition in Columbia, MO. The exhibition will run from February 1 to March 4. The reception will be today, Friday, February 4.

"To say, the 32nd Annual Paper in Particular (PIP) Exhibition will display the very best in art which incorporates paper as a primary element doesn't begin to capture the variety, bright colors and sheer fun of this year's show."

"There is a huge variety of styles this year. It's a comedic show....unlike some years, it's not heavy at all, "said Art professor Ben Cameron, who originated the show three decades ago and keeps it vital. "April [Katz, the show's judge] was catholic [meaning comprehensive or universal] in her choices. She chose all kinds of art. This show has everything in it."

"Cameron said one of the show's secrets is procuring a nationally known judge. This year's judge was April Katz, associate professor of art and design at Iowa State University. Katz has exhibited extensively throughout the country and internationally and won dozens of awards. Her work has also been selected for PIP six times, most recently in 2010."

-Columbia College Faculty and Staff Newsletter.

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