Broad stripes and bright angles are featured in a huge wall drawing at the Asheville Art Museum.
A team of volunteers is following instructions to reproduce a geometric pattern created by the late artist, Sol Lewitt. The work will cover 1,600 square feet of wall space in the museum's east wing.
"It allows our visitors to experience art out of the frame and off the canvas, and as you can see it takes up the whole room, all of our walls, with large swaths of color," says Curatorial Assistant, Luiza Decamargo.
The museum will open the exhibit to the public August 9th. It will be on display into next year