Artist Guy Limone uses packages, labels and magazine images like tubes of paint. He arranges these materials in his Tapisseries, which are like large patchworks. These framed, accumulated images are organized by color and form an all-over work that stretches from floor to ceiling. He draws on archives gathered over years to create these constructions. Like a wanderer, he travels around the world and dips into magazines
to find these pictorial units. He has amassed collections of yellows, reds and violets from sidewalks and mailboxes, to be used as needed. But the accumulations are short-lived, as the “collections disappear with the work.