The December Issue of Synchronized Chaos: Internalization

Happy holidays and welcome to the December issue of Synchronized Chaos! This issue touches upon self-identification, exploration, and human nature, reminding us of how art can be a powerful channel into the internal state of mind.

Alex Luke re-examines the connection between self and character through the exaggeration of human nature.

Warmth, history, and inward strength are expressed in the works of Valerie Brown-Troutt, James Gayles, Cynthia Tom, and Mary Bartnikowski.

In Patsy Ledbetter’s writing, she reaffirms a personal relationship with God and translates her faith to others.

Junko Van Norman’s and Jennifer Wildermuth’s work evoke dream-like states of wonder and contemplation.

The energetic artwork by Matthew Kowalski flows effortlessly together, causing us to explore deeper, beyond the layers.

Henry Avignon’s visually exciting artwork centers in the mind, expressing a myriad of immersed emotions.

Alexander Voitsekhovsky finds the parallels of animal and human behavior, while Alisha Fisher intersects nature with human character.

Nick Friedland gets a cultural reality check in Riding the Bus in Argentina.

Ron Weil experiments with interlocking ideas and images and Jamie Treacy seeks to explore the deep-down wonders of life in his featured work for Life: Expressions of Living.

Gordon Pagnello’s “Estate Sale” series plays with space in interesting ways and the objects in each piece tell us a story about the personality of the individuals they belong to.

We at Synchronized Chaos hope you enjoy this month’s issue, and please don’t hesitate to leave any comments!

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