22 Jefferson Art Studio—Grand Opening

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Evansville has a new art gallery and studio! 22 Jefferson Art Studios and Gallery located at 22 Jefferson. Their grand opening is this coming Friday at 5:30 p.m.

A variety of local artists will be displaying their work in this gorgeous space.

My series The Evolution of Hair, a few journals, Golden Embryo, and The Evolution of the Skeletal Bird will be exhibited.

Lightmares The Sun Dances

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Lightmares‘ first album The Sun Dances contains all original music written & composed by Justin Sala. Jenna Citrus designed, photographed, and complied all images for this musical wonder.

The Sun Dances is available for digital download through iTunes and live streaming through SpotifyRdio, and other locations.

The Evolution of the Skeletal Bird by Jenna Citrus | Complied Summer 2013

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Book Description:
The Evolution of the Skeletal Bird deals with contradicting and pivotal moments of a girl’s transformation through poetry and photographic self-portraits to becoming an integrated member of society. The poems have deep undertones of coming of age along with self-contemplation. Poems and images constructed and compiled from 2009-2013.

This book is available through creatspace, Kindle & Amazon.

What’s Right is Right by Terry D. Seaton

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Terry Seaton has published his third book, What’s Right is Right. For his other books see my blog posts about him: His first book, Across the Channel, and his first novel, The Gang of Four.

Book Description:
With the novel What’s Right is Right, the author returns to the western Kentucky-southern Indiana setting of his first book, Across the Channel: A collection of Stories and Poems. This novel explores the relationships between Rhonda Evans and her husband Grandville Tyler Evans, between Rhonda Evans and Clay Weber, and conversely between Grandville and Clay. Clay and Grandville being cousins and growing up more as brothers complicate situations. The story presents a series of events familiar to the human experience, allowing the reader to delve into the psyche of the three main characters, as well as those of their family members. The story’s basic premise examines the role of traditional morality in human relationships, the costs imposed on individuals by those moral judgments, and society’s response to aberrations in the traditional moral code.

What’s Right is Right, set in western Kentucky towns of Calhoun and Rumsey sometime in the past, provides an enjoyable, exciting read with a downhome feel. As the story unfolds, the reader will grasp new insights and emotional responses to the sights of country lanes, secluded two lane blacktops, and pickup trucks.

This book is available for purchase through creatspace, Kindle, & Amazon.