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New Poetry by Ann Applegarth

New Poetry by Ann Applegarth

A PLACE IN THE SUN      – basking before Earl Stroh’s “Sunscape” In the museum I love, we stroll and consider paintings, sculptures, and a few random examples of what passes for art in this 21st century. Weary, we sit and gaze at Stroh’s serene, soothing Sunscape – palest oils smoothed in stunning simplicity, no trace of brush or canvas, a silk veil of softest paint encircled by slim silver wire. Glow and warmth are palpable. I should have brought…

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