THE ADIRONDACK REVIEW
COPYRIGHT © 2000–2018
ISSN: 1533 2063
JERI GRIFFITH lives and works in Brattleboro, Vermont, after stints in Boston and Austin, Texas, but her childhood was spent in Wisconsin. These disparate places each feel like separate countries to her, with landscapes, seasons, and ways of being that influence both her art and her identity. Jeri has published stories and essays in literary quarterlies. She is currently working on a memoir and a collection of short stories, as well as arranging exhibitions of her artwork. A selection of paintings will be reproduced in an upcoming issue of The Madison Review.
These images are from a series inspired by Can Xue that centers on our human primitive feelings about survival and murder. The white bird that appears throughout represents the spiritual part of our humanity, always observing and hovering above.