The Panther by Suellyn Scoon…

From the Big Read Blog

“…My choice to paint in the style of Oaxacan wood carving as an homage to those Mexican artisans who have reached a state of consciousness that allows them, in the words of Pitol, “… to commune with forces and intelligence seemingly beyond the human…”
Suellyn Scoon

Inspired by Sun, Stone, and Shadows
By Kelli Rogowski

Sun, Stone and Shadows is the Big Read selection chosen by the Kenosha Public Library. They’ve teamed up with not-for-profit visual arts organization Lemon Street Gallery & ArtSpace, Inc., located in Kenosha, Wisconsin, for an exhibition of locally-made artwork inspired by this collection of Mexican short stories.

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