Contemporary American artist Jasper Johns, now 83, creates art that puts a different spin on familiar, everyday objects—what he has called “things the mind already knows.”

Jasper Johns, “Pinion,” edition 13/36, 1966. Lithograph.

Courtesy of the Collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer

An exhibit titled “Jasper Johns: Early Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation” will run through May 17 at the Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia.

Curated by Jennifer Farrell, the museum’s curator of exhibitions and contemporary art, the exhibit will feature almost 20 years of Johns’ work, beginning with a rare monoprint from 1954. The majority of prints in the exhibit are lithographs, but the exhibit also includes lead reliefs, screen prints and prints that use embossing.