The exhibit "On the Page" - a collection of art inspired by, designed as and created with books as the foundation features 20-plus artists from Ohio and across the country - closes Sunday. Those who haven't experienced it need to; those who have surely want to check it out one last time.

The exhibit "On the Page" - a collection of art inspired by, designed as and created with books as the foundation features 20-plus artists from Ohio and across the country - closes Sunday. Those who haven't experienced it need to; those who have surely want to check it out one last time.

The strength of "On the Page" lies in the magnificent construction of the three-dimensional pieces, which often transform and manipulate books or are avant-garde tome-meets-art creations. Many of the pieces are astounding in both aesthetic and construction - and a good portion are also hands-on. More than half of the pieces in "On the Page" can be handled and have moving parts that result in a dramatically different piece once activated.

This exhibit is obviously enticing to art and book enthusiasts, as "On the Page" comes with the sensation of being whisked away to an otherworldly realm. But anyone can appreciate the wonderfully puzzling pieces and their absorbing effect.