November 28, 2021



Michigan... In the Deep Heart's Core

Jordan River Arts Council, East Jordan

A photography exhibit based on William Butler Yeats’ poem, "The Lake Isle of Innisfree." Written in 1890 & calling for a rejection of the stresses of the industrialized urban lifestyle, Yeats expressed his yearnings for a simpler, more nature-based life. The visual images in the poem, which embrace dream-like references to the small cottage, the planting of food, the open glade in the forest, & the ever-beckoning call of water, were the inspiration for four artist-photographers who readily found Yeats’ visuals in northern Michigan. An opening reception will be held on Sun., July 18 from 1-4pm, & will feature artists Kathy Silbernagel, Marilyn Hoogstraten, Babs Young & Kathie Carpenter. The exhibit runs through Aug. 20. 

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