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Stretched Canvas

Modern Lines

Contemporary White

Classical Baroque

Unframed print




Sheri L. Wright
Member Since August 2009
Artist Statement "What is discarded and overlooked, perceived as having no value, can often be a source of interest, even beauty, if approached from a different perspective, one from a desire to find stories.

Pushcart Prize nominee, Sheri L. Wright is the author of five books of poetry, including the most recent,The Slow Talk Of Stones. Her works of poetry appear in numerous journals including New Southerner, Out of Line, Chiron Review, Clark Street Review, Darkling and Earth's Daughters, Crucible and Kentucky Monthly Magazine. She also works as a free-lance editor in a variety of genres ranging from poetry to fiction and as a ghostwriter for websites such as Proud Single Moms and Deathcare.com. Ms. Wright is a graduate of Lee Kitt’s Scholl Of Acting and has completed basic and advanced courses in Commercial Voice-Over at the University of Louisville. She has been a guest poet on Accents, at 88.1 on WRFL out of Lexington, Ky. and on Janice Lee “Featuring The Arts” on WSKV in Stanton, Ky. She has won awards with Jesse Poets, Green River Writers and the Kentucky State Poetry Society and has read extensively throughout the Kentucky/Indiana area and has also appeared at New York city’s Cornelia Street Café. She has been a volunteer editor for This I Believe. Ms. Wright has taught poetry workshops for Women in Transition, the Kentucky Young Writer’s Connection and The Kentucky State Poetry Society, judged the poetry division in The Golden Nibs for the Virginia Writers Club, for Women Who Write and for Green River Writers writing contest. She was regional chair for the Kentucky State Poetry society and co-chair for their adult poetry contest for 2011. Ms. Wright currently is the host of From The Inkwell, a one hour radio show dedicated to all things literary on CHRadio 1650am, live-streaming at www.CrescentHillRadio.com and is the founder and host of the Stone Soup Poetry Series. Please visit her website at www.scribblingsandsuch.com.

Sheri L. Wright’s visual work has appeared in numerous journals, including Blood Orange Review, The Single Hound , THIS Literary Magazine, Prick of the Spindle, Blood Lotus Journal and Subliminal Interiors. More examples of her work can be seen at http://www.flickr.com/photos/sherilwright/.

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Product No 4420066
Subjects Abstract, Color, Man-made
Style Abstract
Medium
Tags Sheri L., Wright, abstract, automotive, decay, industrial, paint, peeling, red, rust, urban, yellow