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  • Big Waves – Gwendolyn Pryor

    San Francisco based artist, Gwen Pryor (b.1989) uses drones to capture new perspectives and compositions for her oil paintings. Her paintings make the viewer reconsider familiar seascapes by showing them an aerial and abstracted perspective. She is passionate about oceanic preservation and hopes her art will inspire viewers to protect the environment. She studied art…

  • Orsay – Ann Schlotzhauer

    Ann Schlotzhauer is a Kansas City native and graduate of the University of Tulsa. Her poetry, fiction, and photography can be found in Foliate Oak, Alluvian, Junto, The Wire’s Dream, Cardinal Sins, and more.

  • Incandescence – Luke & Mandy

    After knowing each other several years, in 2014 the stars aligned and Luke & Mandy went on a date. Quickly after meeting, Luke started to photograph his model girlfriend. They adored creating art together and decided to start their own photographic series. This quickly evolved into their own complete brand. The now married team have…

  • West Elks – YIE Ja Min

    South Korean artist YIE Ja Min received her BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2011, and her MFA in Painting from the Marchutz School of Fine Arts in 2017. She has participated in the MASS MOCA Residency Program (2019), Arteles Creative Center SAE Residency (2018), and the Hemera Foundation Tending…

  • Collages – Leah Dockrill

    Her collage herein reflects the main theme of her work in this medium – contemporary women and concerns that some of us share, such as social mores that rule and regulate women.  I am what I am Blessed of America The woman wonders what it is to be alone Leah Dockrill is a visual artist…

  • Asemic Documents – Federico Federici

    Score for the woods Aftershocks Behind lines Federico Federici is a physicist, a writer and a media artist across the fields of soundscape, visual arts and installation. He lives and works between Berlin and the Ligurian Apennines. His works have appeared in several print and online publications, including «3:AM Magazine», «Otoliths», «Raum», «Sand», «Trafika Europe»,…

  • Illuminated – Jury S. Judge

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

  • Fabri Fibra Oil on Concrete – Mario Loprete

    Mario Loprete lives in a world that he shapes at his liking, throughout a virtual pictorial and sculptural movement, transferring his experiences, photographing reality throughout his filters, refined from years research and experimentation. His next exhibitions are the following:– Manni Art Gallery, Venezia, Italy– Hilversum Biblioteke, Hilversum, Netherlands– Zylinderhaus Museum of Bernkastell-Kues, Germany

  • Sail Away – Jeremy Cook

      Photography is Jeremy Cook’s a hobby, and nature is a great canvas.

  • The Queen – Rinat Tzemach Levi

        Rinat Tzemach Levi is a Multidisciplinary artist and art therapist. Leaving in Israel, mother of 2 kids and married. All of her works tell her personal journey in recovery from thyroid cancer.  

  • Paintings -Beth Starger

          Beth Starger is a painter based in Burlington Vermont.

  • Studio Corners by Xavier Ovídio

      Copyright 2018 Xavier Ovídio He is a visual artist that would like to submit a series of drawings entitled “Studio Corners”, about the emptiness of the studio and its work. The images have the size of the drawings on the file name. His work is concerned with material and formal explorations through different mediums, which…

  • Bloom in Mud by Shaifali Johar

    Copyright 2018 Shaifali Johar Shaifali Johar: Shaifali is working as an Associate Professor in Fine Arts at BBKDAV College for Women, Amritsar since 1999. She belongs to the city of the Golden Temple and has completed her formal and professional education from there only. She has completed her post graduation in Fine Arts from Guru…

  • The Disfigured Confessions of Infrastructure by Brett Stout

    Brett Stout is a 38-year-old artist and writer. He is a high school dropout and former construction worker turned college graduate and Paramedic. He creates controversial art while breathing toxic paint fumes from a small cramped apartment referred to as “the nerd lab” in Myrtle Beach , SC. His artwork has appeared in a wide…

  • Miniature Watercolor Tiger by Rachel Beltz

    Copyright 2018 Rachel Beltz My name is Rachel Beltz, I am 22 years old, and I am on a mission to make people stop and appreciate the “little” beautiful details of their everyday life. Using watercolors, I create photo-realistic miniature paintings; each of my pieces can roughly fit under a United States Quarter (for my…

  • The Professor’s Portals

    James McCarthy has lived in Florida most of his life, but is fascinated by the changing seasons and especially the beautiful mystery and melancholy of Winter. He is interested in the passing of time, life, death and the nature of scientific and artistic creation. Ultimately, he longs to know if life’s Final Door is a…

  • Dancing

    Fabrice Poussin teaches French and English at Shorter University. Author of novels and poetry, his work has appeared in Kestrel, Symposium, The Chimes, and dozens of other magazines. His photography has been published in The Front Porch Review, the San Pedro River Review and more than 250 other publications.

  • Number 5

    Number 5 Karlee Patton is a painter, poet, and mixed media artist from small town, Duryea, located in Northeastern Pennsylvania. She received her BA in Visual Art from Keystone College.  She was a two-year recipient of Keystone College’s Art Program’s Jo Ann M Donahue Memorial Fund award for her dedication to the art program, received first…

  • Little Boy

    Photo by Anna Brannon

  • Blue Watercolor of A Woman

    Author: Kristen Jemigan Senior at O’Fallon Township Highschool Live Arts Contest | High School Visual Art _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________