“Paper Works,” an exhibition of work by artists Daniel Anselmi and James Marshall, will be on view at PhoPa Gallery from April 13 through May 28.

An opening reception will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. April 14 at the gallery at 132 Washington Ave. in Portland. An artist talk will take place at 5:30 p.m. May 12.

The exhibit features two-dimensional and three-dimensional works.

Anselmi of Belfast uses painted paper as one would handle a brush, cutting and layering it to create vibrant, colorful compositions on paper and canvas. A portion of his collages on view were made during a five-week residency on Monhegan Island in 2013.

Marshall’s work includes drawings and sculptures. A visual artist working in Brunswick, his sculptures use collected paper bags as a base. A press release about the exhibit says, “He coats the bags with layer upon layer of a graphite and plaster solution that eventually transforms them into sturdy, stand-alone structures while retaining the familiar shape and quality of a paper bag.”

For more information about the gallery or exhibit, go to phopagallery.com.