Conversation with Artist Beatrice Coron

Posted on March 2, 2012 by in Artists, Inspiration


Béatrice Coron has to be the most prolific artist I have come across in recent years. French born, living in New York, she has wowed the world with her paper- cutting story telling. I had the privilege of talking to Béatrice in October 2011, minutes before her next exhibiting adventure. What drives her to keep going? Listen below to hear more…

I hope you enjoy the very first “Conversation from the Shed with the Chandelier” with Béatrice Coron. Thank you Béatrice.  

Part One...

Part Two…

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6 Responses so far.

  1. Stephanie Champion says:

    This is a great interview with a fascinating artist, like the paper trail of art work this artist has a background of such variety that has all come together like her own patterns.

  2. tracy says:

    …thanks Stephanie – a great perspective, and begs the question – What creative trail do we all leave for others to follow?

  3. lynneinpborough says:

    This was great! Well done. I loved the chat between you both and your enthusiasm came shining through. I need to go find Beatrice’s webpage now. Looking forward to the next conversation from the shed.

    • tracy says:

      Thanks Lynne, Beatrice’s enthusiasm is certainly infectious. Enthusiasm where does it come from…? you’ve got me thinking 🙂

  4. Susan Lomuto says:

    Congratulations Tracy! Beatrice Coron is one of my favorites and your new website/venture is wonderful – best of luck to you. I look forward to the next conversation. . .