A wall drawing that covers 2,200 square feet is the newest work on display at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.
The work -- which took 16 artists at the task seven hours a day nearly two months to complete -- was designed by Sol LeWitt, an American artist considered to have been a pioneer in Minimalism and Conceptual art.
Here's a story by Staff Reporter Mark Sommer written in August when work on the drawing was still underway.
Gallery officials held a special media preview of the work this afternoon.
Artist Alyssa Morasco works on the scribble installation of a piece designed by the late Sol LeWitt at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in this file photo. (Harry Scull Jr. /Buffalo News)
Check back for a video with interviews with gallery director Louis Grachos, project coordinator Ilana Chlebowski and artist John Hogan.