Art & The Spoken Word
Artist: Tim Larsen
Poet: Evelyn A. So
Open Mic follows
Thursday, , 2009
6:30 – 9:30 pm
STONE GRIFFIN GALLERY
411 E. Campbell Ave., Campbell
This is a Pot Luck BYOB, , Water event
Donations of $1 would be appreciated
If you can’t bring food or donate, come anyway : )
Please look at directions below
FEATURED ARTIST: Tim Larsen
Tim gets up at 3:00 A.M. every weekday morning, working as a package handler for UPS part time. If you ever wondered how the packages get in the trucks, that’s how it happens. At other times he has done work as a picture framer, web designer, and freelance comic book artist.
Tim paints in a slightly surreal style that is rooted on old world myth and magic. His imagery contains a certain degree of light, space, playfulness and soft statement. His compositions are a bit theatrical, like the setting of a stage at the moment where something is about to happen.
FEATURED POET: Evelyn A. So
Evelyn is a native of New Jersey. Her poetry and nonfiction appear in Reed Magazine and Caesura, the anthology Starts Here, and other publications. She has been invited to read at Poetry First!, the First Annual Legacy of Poetry Day at SJSU, Walt Whitman’s “Song of Myself,” and Four Minutes of Mayhem. She has been a featured reader at Thursday Gig and The Overpass Gallery, and on the cable T.V. show “Live Poets Society” with Robin Somers. Evelyn is a M.F.A. student in at SJSU and was a finalist for the Poetry Prize. She previously earned a M.S. in library and information science from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She teaches poetry at Saratoga High School.
Directions: New Location
Stone Griffin Gallery, 411 E. Campbell Ave., Campbell
Going South on Hwy 1, take Camden Ave. exit.Turn left at Bascom Ave.
Go north until you see Campbell Ave. where the is.
Campbell Ave. is between Camden Ave. and Hamilton Ave. Turn towards sunset.
You will go under Hwy 17 overpass – go until you see railroad tracks where there will be a traffic light. You will see a road forking off to the right called Civic Center Dr. – don’t take it – keep going straight. Drive over the railroad tracks and look to your right. The gallery is 2 doors up from the tracks. Parking lot is between the tracks and the buildings or on the street.