photo poetry: miraculous invisible

photopoetry

Gestural, unedited pieces written on a 1950s Olympia typewriter in the middle of the prairie in direct response to the meditative environment while living on the farm, embracing the extraordinary in the ordinary and the plainness of ecstatic moments.
Once written, they were immediately nailed up to the lathe inside the hut, and the original 90 pieces were exhibited in August 2015. The large-scale (20" to 48") photo-poem prints convey the feeling tone of the poems as well as their original physical environment.

Prices upon request.

Julie Ann Otis is a civic engagement artist and culture consultant commited to radical sufficiency and ease for all people. 

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