My dear and talented friend Mary Wehner continues to create beautiful art in so many ways. I came across her blog the other night, simple and intelligent.
This post consists solely of two lovely photos of altered churches:
And in this blog post from last year at this time Mary collected a few poems from across the centuries about the moon and fall, and added a lovely one of her own:
I hope more people can enjoy the many delightful musings, observations and artful poems from Mary Wehner!
About Mary Wehner
Mary Wehner is the author of …or the opposite, a letterpress chapbook edition, To Sit with the Animals, a letterpress miniature chapbook edition in collaboration with printer Steve Miller and Miami artist Sigfredo Mendoza. Red Hydra Press of Alabama published a letterpress broadside of her poem The Chinese Painting, as well as a lithograph Broken Shells at Dusk, in collaboration with Pollyanna Fernández Fernández, a Cuban artist, with Spanish translation by Maria Vargas. She has published poems in Southern Indiana Review, Wisconsin Trails, The Writer Magazine, Red River Review, Arbor Vitae, qarrtsiluni, Hummingbird Review, Verse Wisconsin and WFOP Poetry Calendar. Her poem “Raising Windmills” was nominated for a Pushcart prize in 2012. A poem, “Bi-polar,” was included in the anthology Echolocations, Poets Map Madison; the poem “Museum Theft” was included in the recent Madison WI Hybrid Project; and “Minocqua Cottage” was included as part of a 2014 Poetry Jumps off the Wall project. Wehner is also a visual artist; her paintings have been on exhibit in several Wisconsin galleries.