|Artist / Creator||Beata Wehr|
|Place of Publication||Tuscon, AZ|
|Process / Technique||Epson archival digital printing|
|Number of Images||16|
|Image Process||Printmaking and collage|
|Structure / Binding||Single signature|
|Medium / Materials||Artist’s book/ paper, linen thread|
|Paper Stock||Exact Index Wausau 110lb|
|Number of Pages||14|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||7.5 x 5.5 x .1 inches, closed; 15 x 7 x .25 inches, open|
|Edition Size||Edition of 75|
|Signed & Numbered||Yes|
This book is a multi-layered journey through time and space. It started many years ago when as an art history student I photographed a personification of Anger from the column in the Romanesque church of Norbertine nuns in Strzelno, Poland. Later when I studied printmaking in New Jersey, thousands of miles away from my native country, I produced an intaglio print of it followed by added abstract silkscreen images on top. Eventually I used this print to create a book. I collaged to the pages cut up drawings and other ephemera from my current life in the Arizona desert and my travels to Poland. The image in the center of the book shows sailing. It was one of my favorite activities and yet it is not possible to enjoy here in the desert - now is more of a dream or a past journey.
Artist BioBeata Wehr is a visual artist and educator from Warsaw, Poland. She currently lives in Tucson, Arizona, traveling back to Europe every year. She graduated from the Warsaw University in Poland with an M.A. degree in art history in 1982 and from the University of Arizona with an M.F.A. in painting/combined media in 1999. She paints and creates artist's books, examining in her work the ideas of home, place, time, transience and multicultural experiences. Her works were shown in international and national exhibitions and are included in over 50 public collections in the USA and abroad.