ATG Quirkies: Mystery Book Sculptor Provides Clues about “a life that would have been less rich had she been unable to wander freely into libraries, art galleries and museums.”

by | Jan 16, 2015 | 0 comments

Chris Scott (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) via Flicka

Chris Scott (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) via Flicka

In this revealing post, BBC Scotland’s arts correspondent Pauline McLean conducts an interview with the  anonymous artist who has been leaving delicate paper sculptures made from old books at locations in Edinburgh and around Scotland for more than three years.

In the interview, conducted via email to maintain her anonymity, the mystery book sculptor talks about her motivation for creating the sculptures, why she chooses the locations where she places them, and why she still remains anonymous.

But the real treat in this piece are the photos of the actual works themselves.  Prepare to be amazed!

(The source of ATG Quirkies is John Riley of Gabriel Books)

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