Yellow Fever
The Fox and the Sparrow
Elves
Goldfish Poem

Cheektowaga
       
tile effect
 
                 Cheektowaga
    Cheektowaga is a Seneca  word meaning
                  "land of the crabapple".
        "Windowed Worlds" is the title given to a book of children's poems written by Peter Dunghe in the 1970's. Fr. Dunghe showed these poems to Anthony "Rusty" Zarbo and Mr. Zarbo expressed an interest in creating original silk-screened illustrations for each poem for an edition of 75 to 100 limited edition, fully bound books, a final oeuvre of approximately 1,000 prints.
        As most of the silk-screened images would be more than one color and all of the printing was done by Mr. Zarbo, the project became unwieldy and "Rusty" Zarbo unfortunately abandoned the project.
        In later years, Peter Dunghe would include this set of poems in an edition of unillustrated published works.
        These works are dedicated to Rev. Dr. Adelmo P. Dunghe, S.J. for his many years of inspiration and encouragement. Click the link below to be taken to the original collection in order with all of the illustrations that were completed.
        The poems, title and printed collection, "Windowed Worlds" are the exclusive copyright of Peter Dunghe, currently Rev. Dr. Adelmo P. Dunghe, S.J.

 
Click here for the "Windowed Worlds" collection with images