By Robyn Braun
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Photos from Top Left to Bottom are: “Native Palms,” “Pueblo Dwellings,” and “Wild and Free,” Laura Giardina is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts, New York, where she majored in Photography and Media Arts/Illustration. She has served as manager in creative at Avon Products, Inc. and has photographed products, models, and many of … Continue reading Photography by Laura Giardina
By Tomer Peretz “Alejandro”, 2019 Oil on Canvas 72” x 60” Part of my upcoming exhibition “Incomplete”, Ouro Studio, LA, CA Narcos actor, Alejandro Edda is a friend of mine and he is staring in a short film called “El Bus”; a story of a family man who gives up on life. Not being … Continue reading Alejandro, 2019
By Fabrice Poussin Fabrice Poussin teaches French and English at Shorter University. Author of novels and poetry, his work has appeared in Kestrel, Symposium, The Chimes, and many other magazines. His photography has been published in The Front Porch Review, the San Pedro River Review as well as other publications.
Bratoiu Antonio is a young artist that is inspired by the sadness that is felt by the masses nowadays when technology make us more connected but less in touch. He uses parts of photos and a few words to create a story.
By Jonathan Brooks BIO Jonathan Brooks was born and raised in Miami, Florida. Brooks studied Advertising and Fine Art Photography at the University of Miami. He worked for Eastman Kodak during their transition from analog to digital. His photographs have been published in numerous anthologies and periodicals. His Fine Art Photographs have been featured … Continue reading Five Fields
By Victor Schegin This is an artwork of my dystopia-themed series. The meaning of the text written on the canvas is exactly what you think. This piece supposes feelings, memories, and pieces of you are material. People began selling, buying, trading them some time ago. Through this 116 x 81 cm work I want … Continue reading No Future
Cracker Jack Box Poem I don’t wear my pocket watch anymore it reminds me of my age, 73, soon more, outdated gadget, time hanging where moving parts below don’t belong nor work anymore. I don’t like to think about endings. Age is a Cracker Jack box with no face, modern speed dial, no toy inside, … Continue reading Poems by Michael Lee Johnson