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ART 278 APRIL 2014


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RT “To any artist, worthy of the name, all in nature is beautiful, because his eyes, fearlessly accepting all exterior truth, read there, as in an open book, all the inner truth.” François-Auguste-René Rodin Auguste Rodin French Sculptor 1840-1917


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Women in Art 278

CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS

EUROPE

Elena Sokolova: Oil Painting

Elena Yakubovich: Watercolor, Acrylic, Graphic

Gloria di Simone: Tempera on Watercolor Paper

Kostadinka Kiranska: Upcycled Jewelry

Mimi Revencu: Acrylics on Canvas

NORTH AMERICA

ANDREA CARROLL: Visionary Art

BRANDI FITZGERALD: Fusion Arts & Photography DONNA BLACKHALL: Mixed Media DAINA WHITE: Acrylics

Julie Bryant: Photography

Karla Gerard: Acrylics

Laura Barbosa: Acrylics on Canvas

Liesl Marelli: Photography

Peggy Collins: Photography/Digital Painting

Rosemary Williams: Photography

Shachi Srivastava: Acrylic, Sharpie

Shahna Lax: Copperwork

Valentina Plishchina: Surrealism


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EARTH DAY

It began April 22, 1970 with 20 million people who, through peaceful rallies throughout the USA, expressed their concerns about environmental detriment caused by mankind and industrialization into one succinct topic: Earth Day.

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This grassroots celebration by environmentalists, activists, and concerned citizens exploded into a national and ultimately, international celebration, where people take a stand to protect the world around them, the air quality, ending water pollution, promote recycling and more. By 1990, Earth Day was recognized globally by more than 180 countries and a billion people taking part in this beautiful celebration. In 2009, the United Nations renamed Earth Day to International Mother Earth Day. No matter what the day is called, I’m simply happy the celebration continues expanding each year.

What I love most about the eco-movement is checking out the latest “green” technology from bicycles that clean the air to developments of urban gardening. Recently I learned about a proposed design to help clean the oceans from all of the waste we (for some reason) thought was a good place to keep trash. Let’s be honest, there is no good place for our trash so creating new ways to handle waste and discarded materials is essential to our planet’s health. I’m also a tremendous fan of eco-artists who create gorgeous upcycled art. The term “upcycling” is still fairly recent but is spreading like wildfire – it’s when items that would

otherwise be discarded are reused in such a way as to create a product that is equal or higher quality to the original state. In our first magazine issue, the cover page artist reused wood from homes in Queensland, Australia, and created beautiful and functional furniture. It’s a cool concept to repurpose and recreate! Brandi’s artwork was selected for our Earth Day cover because not only does she hail from one of the original cities that celebrated Earth Day (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) in the 70s, but I appreciate the simplistic and beautiful message: Be Silly, Be Honest, Be Kind. The Earth in its unpolluted form is a fun place to explore – a place where we can go hiking, play outside, swim in the water – be silly. I also think we have to be honest with ourselves when it comes to personal responsibility. If each one of us does a better job with the environment, the world’s level of pollution will reduce. And, ultimately, the message about Earth Day is to be kind. In order to be kind to the Earth, we must make conscious decisions so future generations can enjoy the Earth in all her splendor. What will you do to celebrate Earth Day? Plant a tree, pick up trash or ride a bike to work? Or, will you make a “movie night” out of it and gather with friends as you watch a documentary about our world and the changes created to it by civilization? The possibilities are endless!

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Liesl Marelli Editor-in-Chief @LBMarelli


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Brandi Fitzgerald Should we truly want our Mother Earth to thrive, we must prepare the children of today, to mindfully protect her. We must teach. We must nurture. Most importantly, we must listen. While contemplating my participation in this months issue of Women in Art 278, I immediately thought about my nieces and nephews and I thought about the power that they hold to shape the future. With them in mind, I formulated my theme. The Earth and The Moon. The Sun and The Stars. These sayings hold meaning for me that extends far beyond the color on the pages or the shape that the letters take on. Mother Earth, I love you to the moon and back. I promise not to go where the path leads but instead I will create my own path. Mother Earth, I love you more than the stars in the sky. I will be silly. I will be honest. I will be kind. Mother Earth, I will protect you. This is a collection of children’s decor that I have created over the years. May these sayings resonate with you and the imagery cultivate creativity and imagination, just as they have for me.


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Andrea Carroll visionary art

Andrea Carroll is a visionary artist whose business Twofold Healing works to bring body, mind and soul re-alignment, in collaboration with other artists and healers. Her art is inspired by a deep desire for personal growth and awareness, studying from different shaman, healers, and artists around the world, and is intended to inspire in others an awakening of creativity, increase in vibration, and a sharing of more love, awareness and acceptance throughout the world. She is also greatly inspired by nature, her work having been described as “looking at nature through a psychedelic kaleidoscope.� Andrea also focuses on commissioned art pieces, including unique business logos, tattoo designs, and more, as well as working with cancer patients using art as a tool for deep self-discovery and healing at Wheel of Life, a holistic center for health and healing in Simcoe, Ontario.


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These are all words to describe my artwork and their healing love light intentions. My heart calls me to do art. I channel it through God’s Divine Love, Light and Divine Grace. I am here to create Peace and help usher forth Divine Healing, Love and Light for all. I do this through what I create. I love to write, draw, paint, dance and inspire people in any way I can through God’s Wisdom and Healing Energy that flows through me. The Essence of God, Healing, Wisdom, Spirituality, Angels, Archangels, Ascended Masters and Nature all flows through my Divine Creations, and Divine Artworks. Enjoy their healing love light vibrations.

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Donna Blackhall mixed media

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photography and fine art paintings are largely inspired by nature. Flowing water reflections, colorful botanicals, textures of rock and wood influence my work. The emotions inspired by simply viewing nature’s grandeur whether it be in living or non-living things have always been at the heart of what and why I create. Currently most of my work is done in mixed media that incorporates paint, ink, paper, glass and metal.

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Elena Sokolova oil painting

Currently residing in the Netherlands. “I started painting after some years of living in Holland. Probably, there is something special in the air here.�

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Gloria di Simone

tempera on watercolor paper

Color is my life I’m an artist from Italy. Born in Naples I lived in Rome for 28 years, and then 7 months in Spain. Now I’m back to my hometown, Naples. In my life I’ve had many experiences in many different fields. I’ve been an architect, a graphic designer, an art director, a designer of furniture and objects, many of whom I made personally, and finally a teacher of computer graphics programs.

Sono un artista italiana. Nata a Napoli ho vissuto a Roma per 28 anni e poi 7 mesi in Spagna. Ora sono tornata nella mia città natale, Napoli. Nella mia vita ho avuto molte esperienze in molti campi diversi. Sono stato un architetto, un grafico, un art director, un designer di mobili e oggetti, molti dei quali fatti personalmente e, infine, un insegnante di programmi di computer grafica...

My creativity and my passion for color, since always in my life, have emerged powerfully and joyfully through my ‘axquarelli’ (almost watercolors), colorful intuitive paintings that warm hearts, bringing peace to the mind and the balance of energies, for in them are embedded the healing vibrations of color and my innate ability to mix them. Thanks to this peculiarity I painted some small ones to bring with yourself as pendants or keyrings, and I called them HealthCatcher.

La mia creatività e la mia passione per il colore, da sempre nella mia vita, sono emerse prepotentemente e gioiosamente attraverso i miei ‘axquarelli’ (quasi acquerelli), colorati dipinti intuitivi che scaldano i cuori, portando la pace nella mente e il bilanciamento delle energie, perché in essi sono incorporate le vibrazioni di guarigione del colore e la mia innata capacità di mescolarli. Per questa loro peculiarità ho dipinto alcuni piccoli di portare con sè, come ciondoli o portachiavi, e li ho chiamati HealthCatcher.

My art is intuitive, flows into a meditative state through the Universal Love. My paintings are born from the desire to bring joy and lightness into people’s lives, and in their hearts. What interest me is their serenity and their balance so that they can live a rewarding life, rich of experiences, being conscious of the beauty that surrounds us at all times. Being creative means to me to do things with love, means to be passionate and totally immersed in what you’re doing, be the thing that you’re doing, whatever it is. Everyone can be creative.

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il Colore è la mia vita

La mia arte è intuitiva, scaturisce in uno stato meditativo attraverso l’Amore Universale. I miei quadri nascono dal desiderio di portare gioia e leggerezza nella vita delle persone, e nei loro cuori. Quello che mi interessa è la loro serenità e il loro equilibrio in modo che possano vivere una vita gratificante e ricca di esperienze, consapevoli della bellezza che ci circonda in ogni momento. Essere creativi per me significa fare le cose con amore, significa essere totalmente appassionati ed immersi in quello che si sta facendo, essere la cosa che si sta facendo, qualunque essa sia. Tutti possono essere creativi.

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Elena Yakubovich

watercolor, acrylic, graphic Currently residing in Germany. I appreciate the era of Art Nouveau in art and I love creating artworks inspirited by this style, so, I impose it on artistic images I am interested in. Here, three paintings of mine are presented as an extract from two series I currently work on. 1.0 The origins of the women depicted in the form of birds can be dated back to legends of many different peoples. Likely, the origins of this legends are common, but for me it bears a meaning how each nation and culture adapted and reinterpreted these motives and artistic images in their traditions and folklore. Moreover, I am interested in how initially human qualities and types were transformed into myths and fairy tales. As I grew up in the Slavic culture, in this artwork I give an idea of figures and characters of ancient Slavic bird women, who are reinterpreted in Art Nouveau style the way I imagine them. 1.1 On the left side of the picture is the female bird Alconost, who sings before the paradise comforting saints through her smoothing sounds - according to ancient Slavonic beliefs. Her singing is so beautiful that everyone who hears her voice forgets everything and goes into a state of euphoria, and she even ceases to feel her existence through her own singing. In Slavic mythology she represents - the bird of joy. On the right side of the picture is the female bird Sirin, who sings as well, but allegorizing and reflecting the aesthetics of mourning and teariness. In Slavic mythology she is the bird of sorrow. Everyone who listens to her singing is so steeped in bringing deepest sorrow to awareness that the death wish gets perceived as his own desire. 1.2 The second pictures shows the bird Gamayun who was adapted in the old Slavic mythology and transformed into the source of wisdom and knowledge of the creation of the world and gods, conveying people this message through her beautiful singing. 2.0 Another series of my artworks was inspired by Gustav Klimt and is dedicated to female characters. 2.1 This acrylic painting work was inspired by Gustav Klimt, although he never had such an artwork. Facets of female character types are composed into a picture bringing together romanticism, seduction and lust. Own of the motives was part of “Jurisprudence Final State”, an artwork not existing any more. The painting was destroyed beyond repair and the castle they were exhibited in was set in fire by the retreating SS forces in the final days of the Second World War. An other one the “Beethoven Frieze” was part of the Secession Building located in Vienna. The third character type is based on the “Goldfish”. I tried to convey the idea of female empathy and emotionality thought using smooth colors and other details.


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I HAVE BEEN LIVING IN AND PHOTOGRAPHING BEAUTIFUL CAPE COD FOR THE PAST TEN YEARS. I ORIGINALLY WENT TO SCHOOL FOR ART EDUCATION, BUT CHOSE TO BECOME A CAREER FIREFIGHTER INSTEAD (WHICH I LOVE). MY TIME OFF ALLOWS ME TO EXPLORE ALL OF WHAT THE CAPE AND NEW ENGLAND HAS TO OFFER DURING THE DIFFERENT AND DIVERSE SEASONS.


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Karla Gerard acrylic

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passion is painting and sharing my art with the world. I am self-taught and I enjoy painting folk art and abstract because the styles are similar in that they are simple and uncomplicated. I like incorporating elements and ideas from many different inspirational sources and combine them into my paintings, whether they be from magazines, books, photos, nature, from a dream or from right off the top of my head. My paintings seem to evolve as I go along. I start with an idea and it flourishes.

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Kostadinka Kiranska upcycled jewelry

These unusual jewelry pieces by Zipper Design are made out of recycled old clothing. The zippers are taken off and remade into vintage rings, brooches, bracelets and rings that come in a variety of different colors. The pieces are truly distinctive and the fact that they are environmentally friendly makes it that much cooler.

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The idea of using recycled materials and turning them into new products is on the rise. As we become more concerned with pollution and the effects of excessive waste, companies that can find innovative ways to efficiently manufacture and produce attractive consumer products will have an upper-hand.

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Wedding jewelry, pearls and semiprecious stones, zipper jewelry перлени и булченски бижута, полускъпоценни камъни, бижута от ципове, ръчна изработка


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Laura Barbosa

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[ above ] “Redemption” was photographed in Al Anbar Province, Iraq, while I served as a military photojournalist during Operation Iraqi Freedom. This photograph captures a Marine approaching a helicopter on our camp. I love the symbolism in this photograph. I feel very conflicted about my service in the Army - I’m proud to have served my country but also know (in my soul) that war is not the answer. The area where I served deals with violence to this day ... what did we accomplish by invading, I often wonder.

[ right ] “Joyous Simplicity” was photographed in the Peruvian Amazon - in a wonderful town along the Ucayali River. It brings me great joy traveling around the world and getting a chance to meet people from other cultures. I loved the time I spent in this small village and plan to return one day.

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Mimi Revencu

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acrylic on canvas these days most often reflects alienation, desperation, violence, loneliness, old age and death.

But art is a dynamic field, always looking to rediscover and reinvent itself. It is time to express something new in art, something related to our deep essence, universal and optimistic, separated from the daily madness. It is time for the artist to call for a change of attitude and spirit, bringing to life the present and not only reflecting the world around. I believe that art in general is meant to be perceived as inside vibration. And Mirabilis is pure inner vibration at its best. The Mirabilis artist depicts impressions and mental images that do not pass through the filter of a mental process. They are rather the product of his instincts. The images are featuring bright colours, lots of green hues and pink, no grays tones and almost no use of black paint. Colours are applied side-by-side with as little mixing as possible, creating a simplified, vibrant surface. Objects and beings are mostly flat but they are disposed in different layers and transparency of thin paint films is used in order to obtain deepness of space. There are surfaces in full light and shadow but beings and objects cast no shadow. I was told that my work is full of energy and this energy is transferred to the viewer. I was surprised to hear that. But then more and more people told me the same thing, most of the times spontaneously. On my canvases, some elements are schematically represented, like a simple clue, and others are full of details. It is a world of colour. And the works appear as an escape in a balanced, deep and optimistic world in which the viewer charges with energy. It is what we are all looking for. When I paint, I feel that kind of serenity that one experiences mostly in their childhood, when they don’t have the worries of adult age. This way, my work becomes necessarily candid and this feeling is transferred to the viewer. I am not the only one thinking and painting differently. I already saw other artists who’s works contain some of the Mirabilist vision elements. Therefore, I propose to crystallize this artistic vision in a distinct current.

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Mirabilism is the lively art that vibrates. It sticks to your mind. And it is the candid art that brings you in a candid reality.

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lumea zilelor noastre, tot mai grabita si mai anxioasa, e nevoie sa gasim mai mult echilibru in noi. Arta este o oglinda a societatii si astazi arta ne poate vorbi insistent despre alienare, descompunere, disperare, violenta, singuratate, batranete si moarte. Dar artele plastice sunt un domeniu dinamic care cauta mereu sa se redescopere si sa se reinventeze. Este vremea pentru a exprima ceva nou in arta, ceva care tine de esenta noastra profunda, universala si optimista, separata de iuresul vietii de zi cu zi. Este momentul ca artistul sa dea tonul schimbarii starii de spirit dand viata clipei si nu doar reflectand lumea din jur. Ce este Mirabilism? Mirabilism este arta clipei prezente, exprimata sincer si nemijlocit. Arta Mirabilis surprinde si este plina de candoare. Este arta in care te recunosti si te oglindesti ca om si care opreste sirul gandurilor pentru a te readuce in prezent, aici si acum, doar tu si opera de arta. Cred ca lucrarile de arta in general, sunt facute sa fie percepute ca vibratie interioara. Iar Mirabilism este vibratie interioara pura. Mi s-a spus ca lucrarile mele sunt pline de energie si aceasta energie este transmisa privitorului. Am fost surprinsa la inceput. Apoi mi-au spus-o multi altii, de cele mai multe ori spontan. Pe panzele mele, unele elementele figurate sunt reprezentate schematic, ca un simplu indiciu, iar altele sunt incarcate cu detalii, fara a putea explica de ce anume. E o lume plina de culoare. Lucrarile apar ca o evadare intr-o lume echilibrata, optimista, profunda in care privitorul se incarca cu energie. E ceea ceea ce cautam cu totii. Prin arta mea vreau sa fiu mai aproape de momentul prezent, de lumea reala si sa ii aduc pe ceilalti in prezent, alaturi de mine. Cand pictez,simt linistea pe care o simteam in copilarie, atunci cand nu aveam grijile varstei de acum. Iar operele devin in mod necesar sincere si asta se transmite celor din jur. Cu siguranta nu sunt singura care gandeste si picteaza in acest fel. Am putut vedea pe artisti si lucrari care cuprind elemente ale viziunii de Mirabilist. Asa ca propun cristalizarea acestei viziuni artistice ca un curent distinct. Mirabilismul nu este arta onirică, nici arta fantastica, nici arta vizionara si nici arta intuitiva. Nu este arta naiva sau arta pop sau arta spontana. Nu este arta bruta si nici arta alternativa. Mirabilism este arta candida care te readuce in prezent. Este arta care vibreaza si surprinde si care iti afirma libertatea de a fi si de a exprima exact cine esti.


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Peggy Collins

photography / digital painting


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lifelong love of the outdoors and an early interest in photography started Rosemary on a photographic journey that continues today. Photography became a passion in 2008 with the purchase of her first digital camera. Initially nature was Rosemary’s primary focus in photography, but there was a lurking interest in the old, run down, and time worn objects around her. The fast pace of today’s world and the lifestyle chosen by many leaves little time for enjoying the unique and often missed details around us. Rosemary looks for those details and shares them with others through her photography.


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Women are the souls of our Society but often they are taken for granted. With my works on Women, I celebrate womanhood from shyness of ‘Lajja’ to powerful ‘Rudrani’ to the most beautiful love of all-Motherhood which I call as ‘Matritwa.’

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Shachi Srivastava acrylic, sharpie

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I am a self-taught Artist from India, currently residing in USA. Painting and learning new Art forms is my passion. I find art in simple, everyday things; often overlooked and ignored; emotions and sometimes certain events which touch my heart and soul deeply, I shape them into my canvas. I always strive to learn something new and different, appreciate the beauty around me, love bright colors and even use them. I started painting as a hobby and stress reliever during the days when I worked as a Software Engineer, but now it has become an integral part of my life, my passion to create is growing stronger day by day.

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India is very rich when it comes to Arts and Art Forms, be it Madhubani Art from Mithila region, or Warli Art from Maharashtra, or Gond Art from Madhya Pradesh and there are many more incredible art forms which I am sure will captivate you just as they have captivated me. Art has no boundaries. My intent is just to create and celebrate the Folk Arts from any region, or country. My Folk Art/Tribal Art works comprise of my passion to learn and explore with a touch of Madhubani, Warli, Gond, Kalamkari, Zentangle, Native American and African Art designs and patterns. I am still learning and will continue this journey of exploring Tribal/Folk Arts.


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There is a Divine residence within the human being that reveals itself in symbolic imagery and language. It is the work of the artist to tap into that numinous internal reality and allow it to flow into the external world. Therein lies the hope of our species for understanding, balance and healing.

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Valentina Plishchina surrealism

I love to experiment in different media. I do jewelry, mosaic, textile art, paintings and drawings. My main inspiration comes from within. My artwork embraces my heart and soul. Each piece of work is very dear to me, because it reflects my deepest thoughts and feelings. The process of making each work is unique every time. Sometimes I carry the idea for a long time, sometimes I don’t even think about it. It just seats in my subconsciousness, and when I start to paint it flows from my brush.


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Andrea Carroll Visionary Art Stratford, Ontario, Canada [web] twofoldhealing.com [web II] twofoldhealing.artistwebsites.com [fb] andrea.carroll.7 Peggy Collins Photography/Digital Painting British Columbia, Canada [web] peggy-collins.fineartamerica.com [fb] peggycollinsphotography [twitter] @pegcollins EUROPE

Elena Sokolova Oil Painting Schiedam, Zuid Holland, Netherlands [fb] elena.sokolova.75491

Elena Yakubovich Watercolor, Acrylic, Graphic Berlin, Germany [web] fineartamerica.com/profiles/elenayakubovich.html Gloria di Simone Tempera on Watercolor Paper Napoli, Italia [twitter + fb] GLORIAdis

Kostadinka Kiranska Upcycled Jewelry

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Varna, Bulgaria [etsy] ZipperDesign [fb] anamarina11 Mimi Revencu Acrylics on Canvas Neamt, Romania [web] mimi.ro USA

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Brandi Fitzgerald Fusion Arts & Photography Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA [web] brandifitzgerald.com [fb] mindfulart [twitter] @one44one [tumblr + etsy] brandifitzgerald Daina White Acrylic Ramsey, New Jersey, USA [web] dainawhite.com [fb] DainaWhite

Donna Blackhall Mixed Media Vallejo, California, USA [twitter] @donnablackhall [fb] donna.blackhall

Julie Bryant Photography Yarmouth, Massachusetts, USA [fb] amazingjulesphotography [twitter] @amazingjulespho [web] julie-bryant.artistwebsites.com


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Laura Barbosa Acrylics on Canvas Toms River, New Jersey, USA [web] laurabarbosaart.com

Liesl Marelli Photography Port Saint Lucie, Florida, USA [web] gironaconsulting.us [fb] gironaconsulting [twitter] @lbmarelli

Rosemary Williams Photography Hixson, Tennessee, USA [web] rosemary-williams.artistwebsites.com [fb] RosemaryWilliamsPhotography [twitter] @RosemaryWPhoto Shachi Srivastava Acrylic, Sharpie Kennesaw, Georgia, USA [fb] srijan.shachi [twitter] @Srijan_shachi

Shahna Lax Copperwork Crestone, Colorado, USA [web] studiomoresca.com

Valentina Plishchina Surrealism Staten Island, New York, USA [web] valentina-plishchina.artistwebsites.com [etsy] ValentinasArtJewelry

art contests

The following is the upcoming art contest list for 2014. All participating artists must also provide a short (or long) write up about their artwork and how it connects with the art contest theme. For additional information visit www.ART278.org

May: Midwives & Mothering (The Circle of Life) June: Anti Trafficking / Sex Trafficking / Fight for Freedom July: Summer Celebration August: Indigenous People & Culture September: World Literacy October: World Animal Day November: Tolerance & Peace December: World AIDS Day

call to artists

Women in Art 278 magazine welcomes female artists from across the globe and varying art genres. To learn more about featuring your artwork or submitting art for our cover page contests visit us online at www.ART278.org

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