Paper | Papier

The humble and innocuous material that is paper, has a long and fascinating history. Fragments of the immediate precursor to modern paper date to the 2nd century BCE in China, and revolutionary advances in 12th century Italy have led to watercolour paper as we know it today - able to take on countless dabs of wet paint and pigments without breaking down.

This month features a group exhibition focusing on paper, and its multitudinous uses. It's an incredibly versatile surface on which to paint, draw, press, print, and more. In this exhibition, you'll find work by Bruno Bobak, Molly Lamb Bobak, Natt Cann, Diana Baldwin, Colin Smith, Cathy Ross, Lori Doody, Paul Healey, Christopher Harding, Ann Manuel, Kath Kornelsen Rutherford, Jason Nugent, Peter Thompson, Steven Rhude, and Stephanie Weirathmueller.