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Ara Harris

Ara Harris
Music junkie, Atari 2600 bringer backer, word maker upper, loves to photograph and write about suburban decay. Ara grew up on a corner lot in small town Ohio. She began escaping the micro minds of the Midwest by listening to music, watching b films, and touring the cities in her mind. She wrote poetry on the back of algebra tests and asked Lou Reed to take her to prom. Two decades later she self published a full collection of poetry that one reader described as “a Tom Verlaine riff in every synapse”. She believes that we all have a gift, we just have to find it.

Interview: Bill Ward of Black Sabbath: Absence of Corners/Presence of Light

http://billwarddrumart.com “Absence of Corners” is Bill Ward’s debut as an artist, even though he’s been painting pictures with rhythm since he was four years old. Using lighted drumsticks and percussion brushes, Bill Ward used rhythm and emotion to draw songs. There is aggression in some and serenity in others but …

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