Floaty, draped, ruched: all words that describe clothing more than stone or metal. Yet for centuries sculptors and artists have been turning stone, metal, wood, and plaster into incredibly realistic and detailed depictions of clothing. It can boggle the mind the way artists are able to depict clothing, which is flexible, in solid materials while maintaining the feel of movement. This exhibition examines sculpture across the centuries from the second century BCE to the present day. Throughout time, artists have used various mediums for sculpting, each with their own difficulties. Early sculptures depict figures from various belief systems, yet their clothing is popular for the specific time period. Prominent figures always wish to be depicted in the most impressive way possible and models for artistic pieces were often prominent entertainers. No matter the subject depicted, each piece evokes a sense of movement and texture that begs the question- How is that not real clothing?