Loose Leaf at SOIL Gallery

On THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, Pioneer Square Art Walk, come to SOIL Gallery for Loose Leaf: Artists and wordsmiths team up for a fun back and forth—collaborating to make visual pieces based on writers’ work in order to stretch the definition of what a “book” can be.

Artist Daniel Smith has made pieces responding to my poem, “What Lot’s Wife Would Have Said (If She Wasn’t a Pillar of Salt).” Other artist teams include:

Julia Freeman, with writer Stacey Levine

Daniel R. Smith, with performance poet Karen Finneyfrock

Ellen Ziegler, with poets Frances McCue and Patti Smith   

 


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One Response to Loose Leaf at SOIL Gallery

  1. D says:

    I laughed out loud when I saw this. It’s delightful! It brings a new dimension to the poem, I think – something sassier, more vindictive.