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Nettie Farris




Oil on Canvas

Hourglass
was
arrested

at
the Hite
Gallery

for
experi-
encing

the
textured
prints

of
Mexican
dresses.


Glass and Ceramic

Hour-
glass
is

un-
repent-
ant,

ex-
ploring
the

con-
trasting
textures

of
Tide
Pool.


Copper and Acrylic

Hour-
glass
arrested

againó
knocks
over

ham-
mered
cop-

per
sculp-
ture

at
the Hite
Gallery.



Ink on Paper

State-
ment
by

Hour-
glass
regarding

copper
and
oil:

I
donít
really

feel
like a
criminal.



Crayon on Cardboard

Thimble
and
friends

picket
jailó
refer

to
them-
selves

as
Thim-
bles

for
Tactile
Art.

©2011 by Nettie Farris

Nettie Farris is a poet living in Floyds Knobs, Indiana. She has recent poems online at The Single Hound and an academic paper on composition pedagogy forthcoming from Journal of Kentucky Studies.


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