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Intersections 2012 @ ECVA

Intersections 2012 @ ECVA

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I am not lost. I know where I am,

at the intersection of now and then

where my body has been deposited

between a mailbox and a fire hydrant

in front of a diner’s gaudy facade.

We always wake up where we are.

Intersections 2012, open-studio exhibition, is the newest offering from ECVA (Episcopal Church & Visual Arts). Stop by for a visit.

Image above (and on front-page mastheads): “Passion” by Kathy Thaden.

Words above: by Ken Arnold, from his poem “Intersected.”

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Ann Fontaine

Thanks Robin -- love the poem as well.

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