“The End and the Aim” by Ruth Bavetta

RUTH BAVETTA: “I’ve been a visual artist longer than I’ve been a poet. For years I tried to find a way to integrate my art and my words. It wasn’t until 2005 that they came together when I started to work on the pages of old books, mostly with watercolors and inks, carving poems from the text that I found there.” (website)

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THe End and the Aim

from Rattle #29, Summer 2008
Tribute to Visual Poetry