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lhsnstl.org

A group of Lutheran North students is participating in the Poetry of the Wild project in conjunction with Gallery 210 and nationally known sculptor Anna Flores.
They have created decorative boxes that were inspired by poetry.


www.shorepublishing.com

Artist Ana Flores isn't one to monopolize the spotlight.


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Visual attist and ecological designer Ana Flores of Charlestown, R.I., stands by her work titled "Sigue Caminando/ Keep Walking." Flores is the organizer of "Poetry of the Wild: Avery Point," a beach walk on the University of Connecticut satellite campus in Groton displaying "poetry boxes," little kiosks designed by local artists with poems inside to enhance the beachgoing experience. Each box also contains a journal for passers-by to record their thoughts.
Visual attist and ecological designer Ana Flores of Charlestown, R.I., stands by her work titled "Sigue Caminando/ Keep Walking. Flores is the organizer of "Poetry of the Wild: Avery Point," a beach walk on the University of Connecticut satellite campus in Groton displaying "poetry boxes," little kiosks designed by local artists with poems inside to enhance the beachgoing experience. "Poetry of the Wild" was created and curated by Ana Flores, a 1974 graduate of West Hartford's Conard High School, who now lives in Charlestown, R.I. This is the tenth year of "Poetry of the Wild," which began in Rhode Island and also has been mounted in Colorado, Massachusetts, England and, starting last year, Connecticut. All of the contributors except Flores live in Connecticut. The first poem and poetry box along the brick walkway are Flores'. When she wrote her poem, she too was trying to write a poem about the ocean. She didn't realize until the poem was finished that it would be an homage to her Cuban father: "Cuba and Connecticut share nothing except the sea. In addition to the Groton installment of "Poetry of the Wild," another series of poetry-box installations curated by Flores has opened in Mystic.


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For ten years ecological artist and sculptor Ana Flores has been bringing "Poetry of the Wild"-a project that combines [...]
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For ten years ecological artist and sculptor Ana Flores has been bringing "Poetry of the Wild"-a project that combines poetry, visual art, and nature in an effort to connect people to the land around them-to locations both public and wild.
Credit - Ana Flores Credit - Ana Flores Credit - Ana Flores A poetry box built by Ana Flores, featuring a quote by author and environmentalist John Muir, located on the Napatree Point peninsula in Westerly, Rhode Island. Tagged as: Ana Flores, environmental, Nature, poetry, Poetry of the Wild


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