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From Fiendish
By Jodi Drinkwater

Red House

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Spirit House

Spirit House

 

Educated as a poet and shunning formal training as a painter, Wichita, Kansas, artist Jodi Drinkwater naturally explores themes that fit into the Halloween season. Through her raw aesthetic Drinkwater depicts images from her childhood in western Kansas--battered trees, barren land, and her childhood home which takes on a ghostly quality in her imagination. Spirits and themes of violence, peace, joy, and loneliness are all represented in the full exhibit of Fiendish, on view through October at Caffe Moderne, 300 N. Mead, Suite 108, in Wichita. Drinkwater will be present to answer questions on Final Friday, October 26, 2007, from 7:00—9:00 p.m.