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Ghost of Glenelg

A poetic conversation with artist Don Holman about his Tom Thomson Art Gallery exhibition, Ghost of Glenelg. “Ghosts as memories that haunt us. Memories we fear, want to preserve, commemorate.”

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published 2014

publisher Always Press

category Art Collaboration Poetry

Connections

A collaboration with artist Jane Garland, inspired by 8 women who rallied around Garland during a personal crisis.

A testament to the tremendous healing properties associated with sharing – a reflection of community. – Mary Baxter, writer and journalist

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published 2014

publisher Always Press

category Art Collaboration Poetry

Said the River, handprinted edition

Handprinted limited edition of lithographs, printed from stones and plates on arches paper by Master Printer Don Holman and assistant printer Michael Campbell. Colour lithographs by Janis Hoogstraten and poems by Liz Zetlin. Based on this edition, a revised trade edition was published by Penumbra Press.

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published 2014

publisher University of Toronto, Scarborough College

category Art Collaboration Poetry

Double Vision: A Collaboration of Poets and Artists

Double vision – “the simultaneous perception of two images of a single object.” That might be one way of describing what a poet/artist does. First is the ordinary looking, what we normally see on first glance. But at the same time, there is another looking, which leads to the search for a way to express what the first glance perceives. Perhaps all art is a double visioning in some sense.

– Liz Zetlin

 

published 2014

publisher Glenmalure Publications

category Anthology Collaboration Poetry