Roopa Dudley is a Chess-Painter and an award winning artist residing in the suburbs of Maryland. She has been published in numerous Art & Literary Journals (online and in-print) as an artist as well as an art writer. Her book A Strategic Painter – Mastermind Your Craft published in early 2014 has received lovely reviews on Amazon. For more chess art, check out www.RoopaDudley.com.
“The Plight of a Woman”
Savannah Loebig is a perceptual painter who lives and works in the Washington, DC area. Savannah is currently a senior at George Mason University and will graduate with degrees in Anthropology and Painting in 2017. She is currently preparing for her Senior Thesis Show at George Mason University in 2017. Her current projects explore the relationships between cultural constructions and women in our society.
Raised in Vernon, BC, Samantha Knight has always had a creative flare. During her studies at UBC, Okanagan, she was published in the local literary anthology, Papershell. Since graduating, Samantha has moved to Edmonton, AB, with her fiance and continues to write. Painting, however, is a new endeavor; she enjoys creating pieces that reflect on feminism and that manifest inner emotion.
Hello dearest readers!
We are back after our month long vacation AKA drinking pumpkin spice lattes while eating pumpkin spice bread with a scoop of pumpkin spice ice cream and shopping for pumpkin decorations while wearing pumpkin themed shirts.
Just kidding. Kind of.
“The Vintage Pharmacy – Derbyshire”
Eleanor Leonne Bennett is an internationally award winning artist of over fifty awards. She is an art editor for multiple publications around the world. Eleanor’s photography has been published in British Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. Her work has been displayed around the world consistently for six years since the age of thirteen. She is also a published writer and poet. http://eleanorleonnebennett.com/
Denali Kincaid is a young artist from Orlando, Fl who has found new life through her passion and her art.
“By learning to embrace the sadness you endured, one can learn to find happiness and strength through the dark and this is what I yearn to do through my work.”
Navigating the line between abstraction and realism, Molly Cranch’s paintings are infused with light, air, and atmosphere. Her figurative works are inspired by motherhood, revealing intimate portraits of mother and child. Molly Cranch received her BFA in painting from Washington University and exhibits her work nationally.