Exhibit News

Particles on the Wall is excited to announce upcoming exhibits!

 

The REACH Museum

June 29 - October 21, 2016.

The REACH Museum
1943 Columbia Park Trail
Richland, WA 99352
Sun & Mon: Closed
Tue - Sat: 10:00AM-4:30PM

Visitthereach.org

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Artist Bio

David Hedges is an Oregon poet, essayist and fiction writer, as well as an environmental, political and social activist.

He is the author of Petty Frogs on the Potomac (1997), a political satire in verse, and five poetry chapbooks: The Wild Bunch (1998), Brother Joe (2000), Steens Mountain Sunrise: Poems of the Northern Great Basin (2003), Selected Sonnets (2004), and A Funny Thing Happened on My Way to a Geology Degree (2011).

His poems have appeared in numerous literary periodicals, including Able Muse, Blue Unicorn, Light Quarterly, Measure, Poet Lore, and Poetry—and, closer to home, Calapooya Collage, Left Bank, Northwest Magazine, and Windfall. Anthologies include Stafford's Road, a tribute to poet William Stafford, Portland Lights, and, most recently, All Said & Done (UK).

He served as president of the Oregon Poetry Association in 1982-83, and again from 1997-2002. He has been a board member of the Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission since 1988, and served on the Portland Poetry Festival board. At the 2003 Oregon Book Awards, he received the Stewart H. Holbrook Award for outstanding contributions to Oregon's literary life.

In 2006, he co-founded—with State Librarian Jim Scheppke and Oregon Poet Laureate Lawson Inada—the Oregon Poetry Collection at the State Library.

He lives and writes in the Rosemont hills outside West Linn, Oregon with his wife, poet Scottie Sterrett, and six Scottish deerhounds.