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May 1, 2013

Wednesday
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Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

May 2, 2013

Thursday
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Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

May 3, 2013

Friday
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Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

May 6, 2013

Monday
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Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

May 7, 2013

Tuesday
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Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

May 8, 2013

Wednesday
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Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

May 9, 2013

Thursday
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Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

May 10, 2013

Friday
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Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.

May 13, 2013

Monday
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Rash Vows: Poems and Paintings on the Life of St. Francis

Location: Carney Gallery

Rash Vows explores the strong relationship between the worlds of poetry and artwork. Deeply inspired by the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, thirteenth century founder of the men’s Franciscan Order and the women’s Order of St. Clare, Julia Lisella and Adele Travisano move the viewer and reader back and forth between two emotional fields. In this context, the syntax and line breaks of Lisella’s poems have a visual equivalent. Travisano’s paintings are complex narratives. Both artists fill their work with fluidity and beautifully raw emotion.