Meyer Vogl Gallery will open its first-ever gallery featuring work printed on paper on March 5. Aptly titled Good on Paper, the exhibit will feature work by Susan Altman, Laurie Meyer, Anne Darby Parker and others.
“Most of these artists tend to work on canvas, and there’s something a little freeing – and perhaps a little bit thrilling – about the different surface,” gallery director and co-owner Katie Geer said in a press release. “In addition, works on paper often start at a lower price than paintings on canvas.”
Good on Paper will open with a pop-up event on March 5 at Meyer Vogl Gallery on Meeting Street from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The exhibit will run until March 26.
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