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  volume 1. issue two  
 
Feature
A collection of poetry
by Patricia Wellingham-Jones

from Mongolian Art Exhibit

I turn a corner, stunned now by faces / on the wall—masks of deities, shamans, / in papier-mâché, carved wood, stuffed skin. / Black brows pull down over glaring eyes, / red mouths stretch in snarls or gentle smiles. (more...)
POETRY
Patricia Wellingham-Jones
Isabelle Ghaneh
Todd Heldt
Pamela Miller
Joan Dy
Lina ramona Vitkauskas
Michelle Bitting
Arthur Joyce
Adrienne Lewis
Anne Durant
Kathryn Ugoretz
Cheryl Stiles
Ellaraine Lockie
Arlene Ang
Ellen Wade Beals
JeFF Stumpo
Lita Sorensen
Andrena Zawinski
Rebecca Clark
Jim Coppoc
Carly Sachs
CREATIVE NONFICTION
Siri Steiner
Theodore Worozbyt
Hal Ackerman
VISUAL ART
Gretchen Skillman
Shawn Sargent
Rebecca Harper
Concetta Ceriello
Patrick Tucker
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Self Portrait
photograph by Rebecca Harper





Reflection
photograph by Rebecca Harper





Rebecca Harper is a fine artist currently living in Chicago. She is interested in figurative realism and works most often in oil paint or graphite. Prior to moving to Chicago, Harper was a contributing artist in the NYC art world. While in NYC, Harper taught children's art classes at the 92nd Street Y and freelanced as a painter and designer for various companies. She has worked with film production companies as a production assistant as well as a contributing artist whose work (paintings and photography) will be featured in two upcoming films. Harper showed a series of drawings in NYC in February 2005 at the Greene Street Salon (www.greenestreetsalon.org) and most recently exhibited her work in a two person show at the Dolan Center Art Gallery in Locust Valley, Long Island from Feb.-April 2005.
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