A new exhibit in Wausau takes a look at how the print-making process has evolved.
Thursday night, Woodson Art Museum members checked out the Purely Prints exhibitions.
Museum leaders say it's an opportunity to see how complex print making can be. The original artwork on display spans five decades, from the 1930s to the 1980s.
"We're very excited for people to see the progression. You can see in chronological order some of the print making processes and the varied results of the artists that worked in those mediums," said Amy Beck, Woodson Art Museum marketing and communications manager.