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Sighted stones

Author: Sarah Mead Wyman
Publisher: Georgetown, Kentucky : Finishing Line Press, [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : English
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"Throughout Sighted Stones, poet Sarah Wyman explores both the artistic and natural worlds to evoke the essence of human experience and our relationships with each other, the world around us and the cosmos beyond. She conjures up the spirits of artists Diebenkorn, Gorky and Braque among others to create ekphrastic meditations then turns a 180 with images of spiders, fishbones and repo men. Deeply reflective yet  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Lyric poetry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sarah Mead Wyman
ISBN: 9781635345605 163534560X
OCLC Number: 1079758632
Description: 32 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Message --
Untitled (yellow cottage), Richard Diebenkorn --
Arshile Gorky --
Athena, Georges Braque --
Braque's measurements --
Bull wall: American royale, Robert Morris --
Molting exoskeletons, Robert Morris --
Urbana #6, Richard Diebenkorn --
Coffee, Richard Diebenkorn --
Lumina 1, Jamie Bennett --
Lumina 7, Jamie Bennett --
Lumina 22, Jamie Bennet --
Bucket: democracy / theocracy, Jonathan Wahl --
Basket --
Spider --
Blue dandy --
Popinjay in the Japonica --
Monterey Bay --
Repo Man --
Ritual --
Louisiana mudline --
Wet exit --
Fishbone --
Squaring the circling way --
Walls & flowers --
Fur skirt --
Frog season --
Enlightening Jack --
Times Square bracelet --
Fox.
Responsibility: poems by Sarah Mead Wyman.

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"Throughout Sighted Stones, poet Sarah Wyman explores both the artistic and natural worlds to evoke the essence of human experience and our relationships with each other, the world around us and the cosmos beyond. She conjures up the spirits of artists Diebenkorn, Gorky and Braque among others to create ekphrastic meditations then turns a 180 with images of spiders, fishbones and repo men. Deeply reflective yet accessible, the volume will remain a presence to readers." -- Laurence Carr, author of Threnodies: poems in remembrance and Pancake Hollow Primer, winner of a Next Generation Indy Book Award

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