Sinking lower in disguise, Lost to simple navigation of life, unhurried absence from des soirées, grandes fêtes. Excuses bound on escaping canary Flying from clouds of doubt, torn wing, tattered thought away from billowing fantasies. Mind's eye driven to ledge As butterflies flitter inside, I call them back, away, come back, The future I must decide.
The opening date is set! The exhibit will be at the Gayle Karch Cook Center for Public Arts and Humanities, Indiana University, Bloomington, Maxwell Hall, beginning September 22nd, and will feature a variety of artists and media formats. I'll be exhibiting one of my historical fiction poems written at Beck's Grist Mill, an Indiana landmark in Washington County, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Some of my photography will also be displayed. More info as it arrives, but add this stop to your calendar! The exhibit will only run for one month!