‘Works On Paper’ Are on Display at Binghamton University

Published by February 14, 2017 2:03 pm Leave your thoughts

The Binghamton University Art Museum is displaying Works on Paper Between the Wars, a collection from Binghamton residents Gil and Deborah Williams.  Gil Williams and Museum Director Diane Butler talk about the exhibition, related exhibits, and the historical value of the included works.

 

Photo credit: Peter Helck via Binghamton University Art Museum

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