Great night at Back To The Beat

While we have tried to put Back To The Beat in a box, that is define the
forum and program, we have quickly learned to expect the unexpected.
Each evening is different from the rest, and yet beautiful and
entertaining to all.


Last evening began with a review of the artwork of Sir Jonathan
Walker. Jonathan is an incredibly talented artist best known for his
portrait work. Sir Jon is a world traveler (lived in Egypt, Japan, and
many other places) and is well known in Los Angeles and Las Vegas for
his art. He has created portraits of many of the famous celebrities and
sports stars in those locales. Using a single pencil, and no eraser, he
creates uncanny likenesses that capture their essence. His work has been
purchased, and others signed, by many celebrities.



But Sir Jonathan is a multi-faceted individual with many skills. We
learned, and heard, about his writings into metaphysics and numeretics.
He is a published author of several books, with more in the stages of
completion.



We also heard some of the wonderful poetry of Ranaan David. Ranaan is a
native of Israel who now makes his home in Seattle as a videographer. He
has created unique art videos that we hope he will share at a future
date. His professional work can be found here.



Back To The Beat goes beyond an opportunity to present material. It
represents an opportunity to discuss work at the philosophical and
spiritual level, and open the door to possibilities of expression beyond
this one evening. Come and experience Back To The Beat for yourself.


Next Back To The Beat, Wednesday Aug. 8

Back To The Beat returns this Wednesday, August 8 from 7 to 9 pm.
Poetry, acoustic music, readings, stories….whatever your rhythm,  come
join us. This is a free event. Kerf International is located in the
Wallingford Center at the corner of N 45th Street and Wallingford Avenue
in Seattle.


Back To The Beat Performance Scheduled

Last week we welcomed talented poet Liam Spencer. A small group was on hand to hear some cutting edge readings. Thank you, Liam.



This week we are proud to welcome Brian Hutton who will present his
performance art entitled “Return Of the 20th Century Man”.  Brian makes
his home in Anchorage, Alaska, but is a regular to Seattle as well.
Other artists will be presenting, so this promises to be a “don’t miss”
night. Please join us for another great night of fun, creativity, and
intellectual enrichment.

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