Vol 5, No 2 (2013)

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The original sketches for the above artwork were made after walking the pilgrimage road to Santiago de Compostela, a Spanish cathedral city close to Finisterre (‘the end of the earth’).  This famous mediaeval route may, in fact, have been laid over a much older track - one taken by the great migrating tribes of Europe to summer meetings at the westernmost tip of the continent.

Ellen Wiener’s paintings, prints, and artist’s books have been exhibited widely at galleries, universities and libraries. She frequently collaborates with writers, scientists and mathematicians, and her work has appeared in over a dozen books, magazines and journals.  Faculty appointments include positions at Sarah Lawrence Writer’s Institute and Princeton University, among others. She is currently a Visiting Artist at The State University of New York at Stony Brook. For more information, visit ellenwiener.com.



               

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