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Somewhere between shaped poetry and calligrams, Zornado brings an emotional context to poetic forms with her expressive handwritten words.
Tribute to poem, "ll Pleut" by Apollinaire. Text in French using personally designed font from my handwriting. Designed for an installation. (excerpt)
Lad & Lass
Freely written interpretation of a poem by Kip Yarburg.
Illustration using words from Whitman's Poems. In The John Wilson Special Collections at the Multnomah County Library.
Original shaped poem bound in a Do-Si-Do structure
Metrolink No. 1
Freely written on commuter train from Los Angeles Station to Santa Anna Station.
Exuberance of spring written in bleach on black paper in this list poem.
Freely written original poem
Freely written original poem.
Remembrances of summers along the Columbia River, freely written on natural impression hand-dyed paper.
Metrolink No. 2
Second in the series, a 'list poem 'freely written while riding on a moving train in ink on paper.
We Like to Walk at Night
A rondo-style poem describing voyeuristic experience of walking at night with a dog. "We walk on streets that we don't know"
Watercolor with handwriting
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