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Paper and Light at Berkshire Museum

Now - January 16, 2011
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Millertown-based artist Henry Klimowicz, who works out of his farm’s repurposed milking parlor and and turned his barn into an expansive art gallery, knows a thing or two about recycling. His new site-specific installation Paper and Light fills the two-story Wider Window Gallery with recycled cardboard painstakingly crafted into organic forms that resemble hives or honeycombs and make full use of the light-filled space. This exhibit is part of the Housatonic Paper Trail, which recognizes the history and impact of the paper industry in the region.

Berkshire Museum
Pittsfield, MA

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