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Holly and Michael will discuss their new book, Languages of the Land: A Dialogue with The Downs, following the business portion of the Pawtuxet Village Association meeting on Wednesday at 7 p.m.  Aspray Boathouse in Pawtuxet Park, Warwick side of the village on Narragansett Parkway.

 

If you didn't have a chance to get a signed copy on Saturday, books will be available on Wednesday. Books also may be purchased at Twice Told Tales on the bridge in Pawtuxet Village.

 

 
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Thanks to everyone who came by the boathouse for our booksigning on Saturday. We appreciate your suppport!

 
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Holly and Michael will be signing copies of their new book, Languages of the Land: A Dialogue with The Downs, this Saturday, 4 to 6 p.m. at the Aspray Boathouse, Narragansett Parkway, Pawtuxet Village, Warwick, RI. Books will be available to purchase. Wine and cheese, etc. Stop by and say hello.

Languages of the Land

 
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I spent a lot of time with your book and think that it is really wonderful. Your artwork is so dreamlike, it embodies the way memories are fuzzy and clear at the same time. The text is great and the quotes are wonderful.


Congratulations on a job well done. I imagine the community has responded positively.

 
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I should have told you weeks ago about my early morning reading over the holidays. When your book was being completed I thought, "How could she ever transfer the wind and movement of the panels to paper and ink?" You did. You captured that indescribable muddle of memory where time gets mixed with yesterdays and creates a sort of reverie. Like an oil and water painting in the sun, everyone's thoughts came together to compose what that place 'feels' like when you sit in a daze with the wind and the gulls. Bravo! It's a little jewel.