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    Fennec Fox and Sea Turtle – Ryan Seo

    Fennec Fox Sea Turtle Ryan Seo is a high school student attending Seoul Foreign School in South Korea. He is currently preparing his portfolio. His current interests are in algorithmic art.

  • Serenity and Tranquility – Britnie Walston

    Serenity Tranquility Britnie Walston is a Maryland-based versatile artist and photographer, capturing energy through light, vibrant color, depth, and texture. The use of exaggerated brushstrokes and abstract color give her paintings life and voice. Her landscapes and abstract work consist of a variety of unconventional techniques to capture the elements portrayed. One of the most…

  • Wanderlust and Tranquility – Velda Wang

    Wanderlust Tranquility Velda Wang is 17 years old and a current junior from metro Atlanta. Wang enjoys painting landscape scenes and, through these paintings, hopes to invoke either a sense of appreciation for the beauty around us or a sense of urgency at how fast it is all disappearing due to human destruction.

  • Let’s Play – Emanuela Franco

    Artist’s Name: Emanuela Franco Year: 2007 Brazilian Journalist, with more than ten years of experience within Brazil and Europe (Portugal, Spain, France, Germany, Italy, Slovenia and United Kingdom). Develops the “Let’s Play” (Vamos Brincar”) photographic project through records of images of children playing outdoors. The photojournalism project “Let’s Play” aims to record images of children…

    Ghosts of Dōgen, So Above as Below, and Our Own Shadows in the Air – Aaron Lelito

    Ghosts of Dōgen So Above as Below Our Own Shadows in the Air Aaron Lelito is a visual artist and writer from Buffalo, NY. In his photographic work, he is primarily drawn to the patterns and imagery of nature. His images have most recently been published in The Esthetic Apostle and The Hand Magazine. He…

  • Knowledge Vs. Evil – Theresa Pisani

    Theresa Pisani is a fine artist living in wine country California. After college she spent 4 years as a muralist working on the background scenes behind the animal exhibits at a wildlife museum. She also worked as a commercial artist in illustration and animation. Her work as a fine artist gradually developed into symbolism and…

  • Miami Docks – Timothy F Phillips

    Timothy F Phillips was born on a bitterly cold day in January 1963 in the hills of Northern Pennsylvania an old coal town. He stands as a self-taught primitive/ naïve artist. He was coloring on paper before He learned to read and write, his drawing consisting of the surrounding mountains valleys and streams with farmhouses…

  • Transitory Space, Toronto, Canada – Leah Oates

    Cedarvale 2b Cedarvale 3c Leah Oates recently had a solo and several group shows in Toronto 2019 at Black Cat Artspace and recently had additional group shows in Toronto at the Gladstone Hotel, John. Aird Gallery, Connections Gallery, Propeller Gallery, Arta Gallery and at the Papermill Gallery. Oates has a solo shows planned in Toronto…

    Plastic Layer and Colorado – Michelle Kim

    Plastic Layer Colorado Michelle Kim is a 10th grader attending Seoul International School in South Korea. She is currently preparing her art portfolio in preparation to apply to universities.

  • Explorer – Ellie Ko

    Ellie Ko is a Sophomore attending Hong Kong International School. She is currently working on her portfolio for university. She loves to express herself in several mediums but is currently making a series in acrylic paint.

  • Let Her Soar – Sarah Deckro

    Sarah Deckro is a writer, teacher, storyteller and photographer. Deckro received a bachelor’s degree in history from Connecticut College and studied storytelling in the Holy Land, Lesley University and through collaborative work with storyteller and director Alan O’Hare. Deckro’s poetry has been published by Persephone’s Daughters, Francis House, Gordon Square Review, Kaaterskill Basin Literary Journal,…

  • Serendipity – Hyewon Cho

    Hyewon Cho is a sophomore attending Korean International School in Seoul, South Korea. When she is not making artwork, her hobbies include walking her two-year-old collie and experimenting with old film cameras. She is currently building a portfolio for university.

    Orange Fog – Michelle Brooks

    Michelle Brooks has published a collection of poetry, Make Yourself Small, (Backwaters Press), and a novella, Dead Girl, Live Boy, (Storylandia Press). Her poetry collection, Pretty in A Hard Way, was published by Finishing Line Press in 2019. Her collection, The Pretend Life, was published by Atmosphere Press in February 2020. A native Texan, she…

  • Waterfalls – Guilherme Burgamini

    Reporter, visual artist, and photographer, Guilherme Bergaminis Brazilian and graduated in Journalism. For more than two decades, he has developed projects with photography and the various narrative possibilities that art offers. The works of the artist dialogue between memory and social political criticism. He believes in photography as the aesthetic potential and transforming agent of…

  • Jodie Filan

    Jodie Filan is an artist in Saskatoon, born and raised. She has been published in RAR, Dark Ink press, Buddy Lit Zone, *82 Review, Aesthetica (Europe), Pithead Chapel, Nunum, Riza Press, Penultimate Peanut, The Raw Art Review (Spring 2019), High Shelf Press, Please See Me, among others . Recently Ms.Filan also placed 6th in Fusion…

  • Perpendicular – Anna Frankl

    Anna Frankl is a 16-year-old attending an international school in Seoul, South Korea. Her other hobbies include jiu-jitsu and researching random medical facts late into the night. Next year, she plans on attending a university in America to study studio arts.

  • Arctic Berceuse and Evening Breaths – Fiona Hsu

    Fiona Hsu is a fine artist and self-taught photographer who captures imagery based on her pure imaginations and dreams. She started traditional art since she was 5 and developed blazing passion for fine art photography during her long recovery from a foot tendon surgery. Her works capture the aspects of beauty within woeful and melancholic…

  • Floral Interpretation of Antelope Canyon – Jury S. Judge

    Jury S. Judge is an internationally published artist, writer, poet, and political cartoonist. Judge’s ‘Astronomy Comedy’ cartoons are published in Lowell Observatory’s quarterly publication, ‘The Lowell Observer.’ Judge has been interviewed on the television news program, ‘NAZ Today’ for work as a political cartoonist. Judge’s artwork has been widely featured in literary magazines such as,…

  • Eternal – Johnbel Mahautiere

    Photography is a craft that Johnbel Mahautiere always has been passionate about. They believe it reveals so much about the human eyes and one’s perception of the world. To them, photography has brought so much to life and given us a chance to be able to connect with our emotions and others. This photographer admires…

  • Bottles – Barabra Mellin

    Barbara Mellin is an award winning artist (painter and printmaker) and writer. She relocated about 10 years ago to Winston Salem, NC from the Boston area, where she had taught art classes for more than 25 years. Her art has appeared in juried exhibitions throughout the US and internationally online. She has also had one-woman…