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cats3386 on Sep 2, 20175 out of 5 stars
Amazing seascape painted by the seller's father. I love it and it's already hanging on the wall. Jeff was nice enough to reserve the painting for me and work out a payment plan. Very nicely packaged for a safe arrival. Thank you!
Rochelle on Jul 9, 20175 out of 5 stars
I was so happy to receive this piece. It is enigmatic and it communicates to me in a language beyond my ability to articulate. Thank you. Never stop creating! (10/10 would purchase again)
Roy on Sep 21, 20165 out of 5 stars
Great services from seller! The painting is fantastic, great colors and subject!!
edecrozuc on Apr 17, 20155 out of 5 stars
This painting is so FABULOUS!! It is so much more intriguing in person! The seller is very kind, helpful, and I highly recommend him!!!
Amy on Nov 26, 20135 out of 5 stars
I can't praise this poetry enough -- such a beautiful meld of imagery, metaphor, contemplation, and naturalness ("The moon melts, greasing a path for the skiff"; "The infinite blackboard ... can name the color of missing teeth"; "I may as well be traveling the ocean between a man and his father"), and such gentle nudging toward that "hmmm ... let me soak here awhile." Strong endings; in particular, that last stanza to Silent Bells is linguistically GORGEOUS. Black Hole, The Boatman, and the weighty, matter-of-fact Fish Story ... probably my favorites in the collection. Beautiful book!
Anonymous on Feb 3, 20135 out of 5 stars
Lovely quality and unique designs. Can't wait to use them as invitations for a gathering of goddess friends!
Anonymous on Oct 12, 20125 out of 5 stars
Thanks for this great print. Really pleased with it. Clair
Poem Objects: Creating Visual Poems
I am a member of The International Society of Assemblage and Collage Artists, the Andovers Artists Guild, the Academy of American Poets, and the New England Poetry Club. My first book of poems, Chatter in the Canopy, was published in 2009 and is available from Etsy and Amazon. It contains the poem Beach Glass, which first appeared in the Aurorean, and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2009.
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