Facets of Sight
This piece speaks to the innumerable facets of sight. Enriching layers of meaning through interpretation exist in the world, and I aspire to appreciate life as an encompassing sphere rather than a limiting circle.
Pastel pencils on charcoal paper, 8×8 inches, 2013
A Vermont writer and artist, Kelly Sargent is the author of Seeing Voices: Poetry in Motion (2022) and Lilacs and Teacups (2022). Her other works, including cover and award-nominated art and poetry, have appeared or are forthcoming in more than sixty literary publications, including Rattle, Newfound, and Typehouse Literary Magazine. She serves as the creative nonfiction editor of The Bookends Review and a reviewer for an organization whose mission is to make visible the artistic expression of sexual violence survivors.
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