Helen Geld

Super Thread

Super Thread

 

Helen Geld

Helen Geld, a former graphic designer, now focuses on the creative process of photography and art.  Her photographic work expresses the beauty and mystery of antique objects.  Her work has appeared in such journals as Poppy Road Review, The Blue Hour, and most recently in Loud Coffee Press and Still Point Arts Quarterly.

Stanley Horowitz

Covid Winter

Covid Winter

Illuminated Thoughts

Illuminated Thoughts

 

Stanley Horowitz

Stanley Horowitz’s work was exhibited in the 2008 Heckscher Museum Biennial show on Long Island. During the past two years, he was a featured photographer for The Wayfarer, and covers have been published for Rattle, Buddhist Poetry Review, Cimarron Review, Kestrel, Off the Coast, Stand Magazine, and Burningword Literary Journal.

Lila Byrne

Boom

Boom

Knock Knock

Knock Knock

Universe of Thought

Universe of Thought

 

Lila Byrne

Lila Byrne’s passion for art began as early as she could hold a pencil. She has since taken many art classes, including programs at RISD, Pratt College, and Stamps at the University of Michigan. She has designed logos for various businesses in the area and has been an assistant teacher for an art school. She is always looking for ways to learn more about the art world and is excited about this opportunity. She creates her pieces using as many mediums as possible to help her learn exponentially.

Leslie Brown

leafred

leafred

Leslie Brown

Leslie Brown has an MFA in Creative Writing. Her digital work appeared on the cover of Zoetic Press, “NBR: World Tour,” and Variety Pact Art (Winter 2023/24). She was recently published this summer in Phoebe Literary Journal. For the past three years she has created digital art.  Her photographs are enhanced with editing software. The interaction of the physical photograph with her imagination triggered by the editing applications is displayed in these works.

Stephen Curtis Wilson

Men

Men

Reid

Reid

The Office

The Office

Time for a Change

Time for a Change

Workbench

Workbench

 

Remembering Reid’s

Photographs by Stephen Curtis Wilson

In late 2020, Wilson was contacted by a family member of Reid Larson, owner of Reid’s Mobil Service Center in Edwards, IL. Reid would soon retire after over 50 years working with cars and trucks and 40 years as owner of his own station. Reid’s family wanted to give him a large, framed photograph of his station. Meeting Reid was a joy for Wilson. During his time with him, he stated that it was easy to see Reid loved his customers, and they loved him right back. After photographing the building façade, Wilson asked Reid for permission to photograph the interior of the building. Along with the requested large, colorful, framed building portrait, Wilson provided the family a copy of everything he photographed that day. Reid was given a photobook at his retirement gathering. These are a few of Wilson’s favorite photographs from the project.

 

Stephen Curtis Wilson

Wilson photographs Central Illinois. He was a medical and generalist photographer, writer, and communication specialist in the health care and library science fields for 36 years – cut steel in a foundry and drove a truck for a time. He graduated from the fine arts program at Illinois Central College, received a BA from the University of Illinois, and is a juried Illinois Artisan for Photography at Illinois State Museum.

Seo Jin Ahn

Perspective

Perspective

Seo Jin Ahn

Seo Jin Ahn is a sophomore attending Chadwick International School in Songdo, Incheon, South Korea. His art practices are to create photo and video-based images. He developed and harnessed his skills in the forms of photography, cinematography, and the utilization of tools such as Illustrator and Photoshop.

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