“The pages of this book are made out of my old painting cut in pieces. I stitched to them three kinds of objects: old slides of my artist’s books, agave thorns from the desert I live at now and found metal pieces, whose history is unknown to me. All of them speak about time, transience and places and create short stories on every other page.”
Materials: linen canvas, gesso, paint, ink, found objects, linen thread
Beata Wehr is an award winning visual artist from Warsaw, Poland, currently living in Tucson, Arizona. She paints and creates artist’s books and mixed media works examining the ideas of home, place, time, transience and multicultural experiences. Her books were shown nationally and internationally and are included in over 50 public collections.