Category: Online Issues

Eroded Ephemera

by featured artist Nikolina Lazetic  lunar, untitled no.2Medium: acrylic, oil, ink on paper (modified print)   My creative processes are informed by an upbringing in a war-torn space, mute losses...

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Home Economics

Mary Kate McGrath  On the first day of senior year, I woke up to chanting. My mother sat cross-legged on a prayer rug in the kitchen.  “Hello morning child,” she said, eyes closed. She now...

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Neo-Romanti-Classical

by featured artist Adam Shea Lancaster  PandoraMedium: Acrylic on canvas  Adam Shea Lancaster is an artist from Dallas, Texas. He creates representational paintings in a style he’s called...

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Beautiful Mother

 Jody Rae It’s a party hosted by people in my old neighborhood, so that should have been my first clue. I bring the girls, against my better judgment, but I want to see old faces, and it has...

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Lockdown Artworks

by featured artist Ishika Guha  Every First TimeMedium: Mixed media, oil and acrylic Burn it SlowMedium: Mixed media, oil and acrylic These works were created during the lockdown periods in...

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Scientific Illustrator Falls in Love with Printmaking

by cover artist Carrie Carlson  Robin’s NestMedium: Linoleum block print & watercolor As a scientific illustrator, I am inspired to celebrate the synergy of art and science through...

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Graphics

by featured artist Alexey Adonin A Chick In Search Of A WormMedium: Ballpoint Pen on Paper Drawing is my most time-tested tool of self-expression. For me, drawing is akin to meditation or lucid...

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Nonlinear Dubuque

by featured artist Christopher Paul Brown Untitled, Diesel Fuel TankDigital camera, Photoshop, archival inkjet pigment on Hahnemhule canvas The series Nonlinear Dubuque focuses on the city of...

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Chronicle

by featured artist Olga Nenazhivina New YorkMedium: ink on paper Fish Medium: ink on paper I work in all mediums, but mainly ink and paper. These media are natural materials with live energy....

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Another Word for Gone

Jessica Rapisarda Runner-up for the 2021 Spring Nonfiction Contest It begins, as it always does, with light. At 4:54 a.m., I open my eyes, and a constellation winks to life in my darkened bedroom....

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