Hear, here, in our new venue:
8pm, Saturday, November 14
LINDA DAVIDSON: painting, drawing, viewing
STANISLOVE: melodic roots, rants, and blues
KATHARINE WHITCOMB: lyrical narratives and poetry
Linda Davidson is an artist who has resided in Seattle for the past 20 years. Using drawing and painting media, her work traverses style, media and genre to explore the ways that one image can effect the experience of another, and the idea that what and how we see is governed by what and how we’ve seen before.
Stanislove says, “I’m a songwriter who started out ages ago as a folksinger—but Blues soon became my favorite folk music—a keen observer of life performing roots blues and original songs on acoustic guitar and bottleneck dobro, with friends occasionally joining in on a variety of acoustic instruments in the American tradition. We play with heart, humor and passion in a style designed to get your feet and body moving.”
Katharine Whitcomb is the author of four collections of poems: The Daughter’s Almanac, winner of the 2014 The Backwaters Press Prize, Lamp of Letters, winner of the 2009 Floating Bridge Chapbook Award, Saints of South Dakota & Other Poems, and Hosannas. She teaches at CWU and lives in Ellensburg.