From a new collection titled 'Live Breath Art', Book Lungs, Book Pelvis, and Book Spine were made from old textbooks. She photographed each sculpture on a black background after inking the page edges, and used a variety of colored torches to intensify the shades. Mirroring the images in Photoshop resulted in the finished pieces.
Bronia's work was featured in two exhibitions this past summer in England; one was her first solo show at Solihull Arts Complex. At about that time, she began experimenting with the vivid, abstract images you see here.
In a recent blog post, Bronia explained the thought behind Live Breath Art. She struggled for a time with depression and gives credit to art as therapy. Unable to focus on creating during the depths of despair, Bronia forced herself to return to the studio. She found that working gradually helped to restore her health.