Parting Shots

DSC_0152 DSC_0153 DSC_0161 DSC_0387 DSC_0383 DSC_0387 DSC_0385A big thanks to all who helped to make the Wild Lines exhibit an enjoyable success for Dunedin residents, students, and visitors!

Special thanks to the following: all the poets near and far who gave permission for their lines and poems to be included in this exhibit, Loveday Why for amazing artistic collaboration and her husband Kris for able and agile tree-climbing for the installation, donations of salvaged wood from several work sites and the pallet company over near the stadium, tools from John Kennedy, workshop space and tools from Mark and Angela Miller!

A few of the lines remain that are available for sale to help defray costs of the exhibit.  If you are interested, contact David for more information (  Watch for more poetry art coming to a unique space near you in the future!  Poetry is out there, poetry is in here.  Enjoy.  Peace and wild lines, David



About David KH

A citizen of Cascadia, I am interested in what triggers us into joy and especially how art and literature do such triggering. I am a writer of poetry and fiction, and an artist--and have enjoyed a varied and engaging career in education and non-profits in the greater Seattle area. May this blog help you connect with amazing ways artists and writers are engaging creatively with poetry and literature today. And also, help you discover your own triggers of joy.
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