Juried exhibit of art, poetry at Best Gallery

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Posted 6/17/21

“Lost Words: A Juried Exhibit of Art and Poetry” is being presented at Northwind Art’s Best Gallery.

Language, its mutability and how words guide us was the theme behind this …

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Juried exhibit of art, poetry at Best Gallery

“Les enfants Imaz a la maniere de David Hockney” by Brandin Barón is among the visual art works at the Best Gallery.
“Les enfants Imaz a la maniere de David Hockney” by Brandin Barón is among the visual art works at the Best Gallery.
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“Lost Words: A Juried Exhibit of Art and Poetry” is being presented at Northwind Art’s Best Gallery.

Language, its mutability and how words guide us was the theme behind this juried exhibit. A national showing of poets and visual artists, the exhibit is composed of those who responded to the theme.

The responding visual art is a mix of 2-D and 3-D works. The art on display will consist of meditations on words and the meanings that swirl around the process of making art. The chosen poetry will be presented in small pamphlet format with a selection of poems displayed on the walls.

Mary Chant, Suzanne Cottrell, L. Daniels, Tara Doherty, Jan Dove, Malcolm Glass, Anna Linzer, Meg Lodes, Jayne Marek, Pattie Palmer-Baker, Sarah Rehfeldt, Carol Roscoe, Andy Rovelstad, Heather Schroeder, Nan Toby Tyrrell, Diane Walker, Morrie Warshawski, and Erin McCluskey Wheeler were the poets chosen for the exhibit.

Visual artists on display will be Pamela Anneser, Brandin Barón, Marilynn Barr, Neil Berkowitz, Amy Broderick, Stephanie Damoff, Suzanne Dittenber, Timm Duffy, Nicole Edens, Nicholas Gripp, Jeanette Hammerstein, Ann Huang, Sandee Johnson, Michael Jorgensen, Meg Kaczyk, Christopher Leitch, Andrea Lewicki, Ryan Lewis, Gordon Little, Annell Livingston, Sophia Moreau, Leslie Nichols, David Noble, Mary O’Shaughnessy, Robin Olsen, Carolyn Pampalone Rabbers, Tami Phelps, Sandra Rouverol, Egor Shokoladov, Matthew Smucker, Jeanne Toal, Roger Travis, Fred Videon, Cynthia Laureen Vogt, and Dana Weir.

Jurors were Seattle artist Leah Gerrard and poet Carmen Germain.

There will be a virtual talk with the jurors scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 14. The jurors will discuss the exhibit, their selections, as well as the themes of language and art.

The exhibit opens Thursday, June 17 and will be viewable to the public until Sunday, July 25. Gallery hours are noon to 5 p.m. Thursdays through Mondays.

Visit northwindart.org for more information.

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