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where the land ends

by Elise Wehle
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Back to Nature

Highly tactile and dense with evocative imagery, Elise Wehle's varied works of art are bound by her commitment to her canvas and medium of choice—paper. By weaving sheets, cutting shapes, tearing leaves, and collaging fragments, she manipulates drawings, photos, and prints to create immersive, textural landscapes.

The artist takes a unique approach to the traditional landscape in this dark and intriguing piece. Tear by tear, cut by cut, the images of land, sea, and sky emerge from behind a meticulously hand-sliced curtain. The whimsical outdoor scene is dappled with clipped medallions that are reminiscent of the ornate rose windows that fill the grand naves of gothic churches. Hushed and mysterious, this beautiful piece stands out wherever it's displayed. Made in Provo, Utah.



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Item ID
24013
Made from
acid free matboard, plexiglas, acid free paper, Bonanza wood, acid free ink
Measurements
Framed: 22" H x 18" W; Unframed: 20" H x 16" W
  • the maker

Elise Wehle

As a child, Elise always wanted to be a zoologist, loved everything about animals, and spent most of her time drawing every animal she could imagine. Elise realized she wasn't drawing animals because she loved them, but she was drawing them because she loved to draw. After that epiphany, Elise decided to become an artist. Elise's love for art led her to pursue a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Brigham Young University. She has been featured in various exhibitions across the country, receiving multiple awards and recognition for her work. In a society that spends increasing amounts of time in front of glowing screens, Elise avoids this by using her hands to make art. Consequently, all of her work requires time-intensive, redundant movements that remind her that not everything is as instantaneous as a click of a mouse. By weaving together paper, cutting lines, and folding shapes, she manipulates drawings, photos, and prints to create new landscapes for her to explore.

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