About Sparrow Poetry

Sparrow Poetry is about using art to communicate and reflect the society in which we create. The cities, towns, communities and society as a whole are not just something that happen they are the threads of the fabric of humankind we are creating together. Poetry as an art form endeavors to hold up a mirror to this process through a concise form of storytelling that is accessible to all.

 

Poetry awakens our creative spark, finds connections, engages our humanity because art is the expression of us.

 

Through the artistic expressive lens Sparrow Poetry invites us in to view our connections to one another. In the hope that seeing our connections will encourage thoughtful consideration into the type of world we want to create, “for the future unfolds in gentle hands”.

Sparrow Eco Frames

Sparrow eco frames are lovingly crafted in house from locally sourced salvaged hardwood timber. Each artisan frame has subtle differences making each frame a truly unique specialty item. All natural picture frames are lightly polished with our own furniture blend beeswax to further protect and enhance the grain of the timber.

About Camille Barr

Camille Barr is an Australian female poet, who grew up in Byron Bay. She now lives in Torquay (Victoria, Australia) with her husband and four children. She has a love and respect for the natural environment that inspires her to explore the relationship of balance within systems, especially in relation to those that humans have created.

 

 

Camille was introduced to poetry at the age of 9 at school and was instantly captivated by this use of language to both tell a story and analyze an idea. She continued to write poetry for this purpose but did not pursue it as a career path until 2016, after a year studying architecture at Curtin University and writing the poem Behind the facade. Realizing her true passion was to use writing and art as a way to gain a deeper understanding of the world she swapped architecture for poetry and wrote the book Behind the Facade in 2016 (published 2017).

 

Currently in the final editing stages of her second book of contemporary poetry, due for release in 2019.