• Last Night I Dreamt I Knew How to Swim

    Last Night I Dreamt I Knew How to Swim

    Natalie Christensen Award-winning photographer Natalie Christensen seeks the sublime in ordinary settings. Career highlights: U.S./international exhibitions; UAE Embassy culture tour delegate; Artist-in-Residence Chateau d’Orquevaux, France invitee; and publication of “007 – Natalie Christensen” by Setanta Books, London. She has work in permanent collections and has been featured in numerous fine art publications.

  • Extra Ordinary

    Extra Ordinary

    Amy Nelder Amy Nelder’s trompe l’oeil paintings are infused with au courant imagery. Background: UC Berkeley, FBI Academy, San Francisco Police Department Forensic Artist. Select exhibitions: Chianciano Biennale, Cape Cod Museum of Art; Haggin Museum; Coos Art Museum; de Young Museum; Walt Disney Museum; Garzoni Challenge; Chloe Gallery. Media coverage: film/press interviews.

  • Puddles

    Puddles

    Jeff Corwin After 40+ years as an award-winning commercial photographer, Jeff Corwin now focuses on fine art photography. Simplicity, graphic forms and repeating configurations personally resonate. Recent career highlights include: numerous recent museum exhibitions; gallery shows; work in permanent collections; features in numerous fine art publications; and representation by several contemporary galleries.

  • Art by Rebecca Pyle

    Art by Rebecca Pyle

    Rebecca Pyle Rebecca Pyle’s photographs are in The Healing Muse, Thirty West, Tulane Review, Belle Ombre, and soon to be on two covers of Castabout. She’s a writer and painter, too, with work in New England Review and Hawai’i Review and The Chattahoochee Review and The Penn Review, and many more. See rebeccapyleartist.com. Rebecca lives…

  • African Child by Emmanuel Kolawole

    African Child by Emmanuel Kolawole

    Emmanuel Kolawole I’m a pencil artist and I specialize in the use of graphite and charcoal to create photorealistic drawings. My works are physical representations of inspirations I get from the things going on around me. With my pencils, I strive to give life to the thoughts generated during my times of silence. Drawing is…

  • Photography by Fabrice Poussin

    Photography by Fabrice Poussin

    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.