In my view, there are no boundaries between color, shape, sound, language. There is sound in the color red, there is color in a Bill Evans tune. Words are made up of sound transported to meaning. My paintings are made up of texture, color and shapes, a translation of an abstracted language.
Mary Wehner is a painter and a poet. Based in Wisconsin, she has exhibited her paintings regionally and locally and has collaborated with artists, poets and writers in the U.S. and Cuba. She has authored three letterpress poetry chapbooks and four broadsides published by Red Hydra Press, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. She has published in various literary magazines and anthologies and was nominated for a Pushcart in poetry and awarded Poet-in-Residence for two sessions at Penland School of the Craft in North Carolina. She considers both poetry and painting as a way to attend to the world around her.