“What I love about working with linear materials, whether it’s in three dimensions or in two, is there is this dual quality between lightness and the specificity of the line and the mass and the weight of the accumulation of all of those lines,” explained Alisa Dworsky, standing amidst a profusion of lines — tangled, folded, in loops and angles, light and airy, singular and with depth.

Dworsky’s solo exhibition, “The Folded Line” opened last week at the Vermont Supreme Court Gallery. The show features graphite frottage drawings from two of Dworsky’s series, “Fold” and “Entangle,” works that draw viewers into their lines.

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