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3 Macys Presents WWW.PAPER Women Working with Paper Beginning with works from the early 18th century by Maria Sibylla Merian Dutch 1647-1707 and continuing into the 21st century with works from 2013 by Kate Bingaman-Burt American b. 1977 this exhibit will examine works by women artists who use the medium of paper to explore their world. The exhibit will include drawing pastel prints photography watercolor hand-made paper molded paper pulp and a mixed media quilt. ThisexhibitselectedfromtheMuseumspermanent collection will be presented in the Museums Daine Gallery which was designed specifically for exhibitions featuring works on paper. The show will be on view during March Womens History Month. Since the year 2000 there has been a conscious effort on the Museums part to acquire works by women and artists of color for the permanent collection. The exhibit will include approximately 40 works by artists including in addition to the two mentioned above Kthe Kollwitz Marie Laurencin Sonia Delaunay Berenice Abbott Blanche Lazzell Louise Nevelson Gloria Vanderbilt Lee Bontecou Yvonne Jacquette Helen Frankenthaler Kiki Smith Miriam Schapiro Ida Kohlmeyer Lesley Dill Maggie Taylor Janet Fish Lynda Benglis Alison Saar Joan Mitchell Carrie Mae Weems Sandy Skoglund and Sook Jin Jo among others. Daine Gallery February 28 2015 - June 14 2015 A guided tour of this exhibit takes place during the Fourth Tuesday Tour on March 24 2015 at 7 p.m. Admission is free. Refreshments will be served. This is a Macys Free Tuesday event. Lesley Dill American b. 1950 I Think To Live May Be a Bliss 1994. Lithograph. Gift of Dr. Gina Puzzuoli 2003.15. Photo by Amanda Abbott and Brittany Ward. This exhibit is presented by Macys. This exhibit is sponsored by The Feminist Art Project West Virginia. This program is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Division of Culture and History and the National Endowment for the Arts with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts.