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This month, unusual works by one artist who paints from miniatures and another who paints with fire!
Painting by Susan Dory
In her paintings, Susan Dory employs a complex process of layering paint and color. The large-scale paintings provide balance to the smaller, more domestic scale of the sculptural pieces.
Poetry by Nathan McClain
Poet Nathan McClain is the author of Scale (Four Way Books, 2017). Currently, he teaches at Hampshire College in Amherst, MA, as Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing & African American Literary Arts. His work has recently appeared in or is forthcoming in Poem-a-Day, West Branch Wired, The Common, upstreet and Foundry.
Photography by Alfonso Bonilla
Patrick Hughes creates small-scale watercolor paintings that are both subtle and complex. Though abstract, Hughes’s work invokes narrative, revealing the familiar in his meticulous abstract compositions. His control and mastery of his medium is clearly visible in the impeccable gradation of color, refined forms, and bold palette rarely seen in the tradition of water- color painting. Hughes is from Boise, ID.
oil on canvas
48” x 24”
By Marie E. Saint-Cyr as featured in The Woven Tale Press Vol. VII #7
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