Pulp Art Exhibit at the Columbus Metro Library
The Dispatch wrote Paper chase
Thursday, March 13, 2008
BY BILL MAYR
Try this formula for artistic success: Take paper, add a dollop of creativity and season the effort with wryness or an emotion that fits the mood.
For one set of results, visit “Pulp Art” — an exhibit of works on paper organized by the Roy G Biv Gallery and displayed on the second floor of the Columbus Metropolitan Library.
The show features about 60 pieces by members of the nonprofit Roy G Biv.
The abstract Derided by Derrida and Metaphysical Allegory by Nikos Fyodor Rutkowski are made from brightly colored bits of paper.