Abstract Digital Photography by Jack Androvich

Jack Androvich has been a photographer since the age of 13. Androvich is influenced by other photographers such as Minor White, Eugene Atget, Man Ray, Jerry Uelsmann, and Bill Owens. Over time, he developed an intense fascination with photo montage, mannequins, reflections, and the manner by which they often blur what we tend to perceive […]

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Art by Owen Schuh

Owen Schuh graduated from Haverford College in 2004 with honors in fine arts and a minor in philosophy. He went on to receive his Masters of Fine Art from Tyler School of Art in 2007. He currently lives and works in San Francisco, California. He artwork is represented by Cain Schulte Contemporary Art, in San Francisco […]

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Short Stories by Michael Priv

THE VOWEL MOVEMENT Their lips met in a titillating kiss, hearts throbbing, hands exploring. “Darling,” she whispered—the tender embrace ushering the eternity, her sweet breath on his, their lips locked, “My darling . . . ” Just a minute. Apart from the obvious gawkiness of the piece, she just couldn’t talk while kissing, could she? […]

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Art by Seiko Tachibana

Locus of Water “Water is an essential element of living things, and a circle represents infinity, harmony, and unity. When a droplet of water falls on a flat surface, it creates a circle. In previous works, I have used circular elements as a metaphor for cells. In “Locus of Water,” I have used circles in […]

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Art by Leila Cartier

From the artist: “My paintings call upon a heightened experience of nature and a modern day social constitution. The characters of my paintings are at times detached and others confrontational, and together they create a discordant atmosphere despite their picturesque first impressions.” -Leila Cartier lcartier@post.com Click here to see more of the artist’s work.

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Art by Kristen van Diggelen

About the Battlescape Series: “With nature as the holiest of places, my paintings combine the use of landscape painting with Baroque virtuosity and illusion, anthropomorphizing natural elements, to create mysterious, monumentally scaled portraits of a spiritual journey or condition. The path of spiritual growth is often equated with internal struggle or combat between good and […]

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Poetry by Iris Grace

No Air i had not stopped to think about your smile and my heart beat fast as i walked up and down the terminal steps, throwing glances at the opening overflowing with next day returnees. The streets were crowded and i could barely make you out somewhere across the spinning sea of swimming faces. i […]

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