Benton prsents ‘Infinity on Paper’

“Juan” by Ben Durham from 2008 is highlighted in the Benton Museum of Art’s “Infinity on Paper” exhibit. The piece’s use of graphite on handmade paper goes with the theme of the curated exhibition, which runs through June 23 at the gallery on Pomona College’s campus. / photo by Sheridan Lambrook
“Juan” by Ben Durham from 2008 is highlighted in the Benton Museum of Art’s “Infinity on Paper” exhibit. The piece’s use of graphite on handmade paper goes with the theme of the curated exhibition, which runs through June 23 at the gallery on Pomona College’s campus. / photo by Sheridan Lambrook
“Infinity on Paper: Drawings from the Collections of the Benton Museum of Art and Jack Shear” is on display through June 23 at the Benton Museum at Pomona College. The exhibition encourages the audience to use their imagination of the possible outcomes from the art that is created strictly on paper. / photo by Sheridan Lambrook
“Infinity on Paper: Drawings from the Collections of the Benton Museum of Art and Jack Shear” is on display through June 23 at the Benton Museum at Pomona College. The exhibition encourages the audience to use their imagination of the possible outcomes from the art that is created strictly on paper. / photo by Sheridan Lambrook

Sheridan Lambrook, a senior journalism major with a concentration in visual journalism, is photography editor and a staff writer for the Campus Times.

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