Barn / Brisbin Road / Red - David S. Rubenstein

Barn

Barn


Brisbin Road

Brisbin Road


Red

Red

 

 

 

 

 

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About the Artist

DAVID S. RUBENSTEIN is an American writer, photographer, and painter. His short stories have appeared in Crack the Spine, Still Point Arts Quarterly, Blood and Thunder, Yellow Medicine Review, Chrysalis Reader (five stories), The MacGuffin (two stories), Owen Wister Review, DeathRealm, The Monocacy Valley Review, Half Tones to Jubilee, The Rampant Guinea Pig, The Mythic Circle, Alpha Adventures, and others. He has been nominated twice for the Pushcart prize. His photographs have appeared in Chrysalis Reader, Midwest Gothic, Blue Mesa Review, and others. 

A collection of his short stories can be found on Kobo: 
https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/piasa-and-other-stories

Portrait in Red - Carlos Franco-Ruiz

Portrait in Red

Portrait in Red

 

 

 

 

 

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About the Artist

CARLOS FRANCO-RUIZ (°1987, Managua, Nicaragua) graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Miami in 2011. In 2013, he moved to Uruguay where he recently had a group exhibition "La Mirada del otro" at the Museo De Las Migraciones. Carlos currently lives in Sauce, Uruguay. 

Horses and Humans - Sid Gustafson

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About the Artist

SID GUSTAFSON is a novelist and veterinarian. He is an animal behaviorist specializing in developing willing partnerships between domestic animals and their human guardians. In addition to teaching, he practices veterinary medicine in Montana. Sid writes for the New York Times, represents the health and welfare of racehorses across America, and is the author of Horses They Rode - High Plains Novel of the Year in 2007. His most recent non-fiction is Horse Behaviour, The Nature of Horses. Prisoners of Flight was Sid’s debut novel published in 2003. His latest novel is the acclaimed Swift Dam. 

 

Two Peas in a Pod - Nina Wilson

Two Peas in a Pod

Two Peas in a Pod

 

 

 

 

 

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About the Artist

NINA WILSON completed a Bachelor's Degree in history and creative writing at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, IA. Her work, including essays 'The Corner of a Circular Room', 'Time', and 'Fear', as well as photographs, have been published in the Pearl and the Coe Review. She currently works as a photographer and counselor at a summer camp in rural Iowa. Some of her photography can be seen on the website for Camp Hantesa.

546 / And the Amazon / Skyscrapers / Suspension Bridge - Rees Nielsen

546 - 12 x 18 - Acrylic on Paper

546 - 12 x 18 - Acrylic on Paper


And the Amazon - 30 x 22 - Acrylic on Paper

And the Amazon - 30 x 22 - Acrylic on Paper


Skyscrapers - 12 x 18 - Acrylic on Paper

Skyscrapers - 12 x 18 - Acrylic on Paper


Suspension Bridge - 24 x 18 - Acrylic on Paper

Suspension Bridge - 24 x 18 - Acrylic on Paper

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About the Artist

For 35 years, REES NIELSEN harvested stone fruit on the family farm with his cousins in California's San Joaquin Valley. He began painting at the request of his wife, Riina, around 25 years ago. After her passing, Rees moved to Indianola, Iowa to take an active role in the lives of his grandchildren. He has had poetry, prose and visual art accepted in many publications in the US and the UK.

Botanicals / Fall Harvest / Illuminated Manuscript / Stone Walk - John Chavers

Botanicals

Botanicals


Fall Harvest

Fall Harvest


Illuminated Manuscript

Illuminated Manuscript


Stone Walk

Stone Walk

 

 

 

 

 

 

About the Artist

JOHN CHAVERS enjoys working as a writer, artist, photographer, and general creator. Most recently, his writing and artwork have been accepted at several journals, including, The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library - So It Goes 2016 Literary Journal; 3Elements Review; Foliate Oak Literary Magazine; Ascent; The Roaring Muse; Birch Gang Review; Four Ties Lit Review; Ground Fresh Thursday; Kudzu House; Gravel Magazine; Silver Apples; Meat for Tea - The Valley Review; THAT Literary Review; The Ogham Stone; Verity La; and The William and Mary Review; among others. He has a fascination for the diminutive, works of art on paper, and the desert.