August 19, 2017
Michael Strauss & Tony Magistrale
The worst part of November is the
no. Implacable – as in no more light
or at least a different slant of it
appearing briefly from behind massive
bruised blue thunder heads
possibly laden with snow
hanging along the horizon
heavy, like over-ripe fruit that some
August 18, 2017
"Stitch," 6 ½ x 5 ½ inches, made with blackboard, acrylic, thread, and vintage advertising paper in 2016.
"Mini," 5 ½ x 8 inches, created with watercolor, and vintage advertising paper in 2016.
"Cats and Dogs," 6.5 x 6.5 inches, made with watercolor, Ind...
August 17, 2017
"A Big Boom then a Flash"
Bryce Mullin is an adventure photographer who grew up in Vermont getting to explore the beauty right in his backyard. Today he spends most of his time outdoors with a camera in hand capturing...
Luis Lázaro Tijerina
Beautiful poplar tree in summertime,
You wear your black hair tied in a bun,
Your dark Sicilian eyes, sharp as an eagle,
looking out from your watchful face.
You remind me of the tall, taut trees
Of Southern France,
or the country roads cut deep
into the white-chalked hills o...
She lies in a glass box
on display for her beauty.
Not quite alive, not quite dead.
The stasis of limbo is held above
and all around
her. Decorative glass enclosure,
she can see the outside and
the world can see her, but
nothing gets in or out.
The apple has left her...
"Yellow." Graphite, gouache.
About the artist: "I am a 16-year-old student artist from Shelburne, VT. I attend Champlain Valley Union High School and I've been drawing my whole life. I can be found on Instagram: @elenacritesart."