A big “Happy Birthday!” to arts and literary blog Creative Thresholds, which celebrated its first year at the end of last month. The anniversary issue was fantastic–poetry, collage, painting, drawing, and photography from an international cast of contributors.
Swiss artist Verena Baumann enchants with painting, photography, and drawing. Check out Works by Verena Baumann.
Prolific poet Bruce Covey shares a secret in Evidence that Ke$ha is a Key Factor in America’s Growth Economy.
Anne-Martine Parent explores the possibilities of photography, specifically iPhoneography, in The Others and I.
Daniel Boscaljon’s series Letters to You continues with who are you without what you are without.
Claudio Parentela: Contemporary Art with a Freakish Taste tickles the fancy of lovers of collage.
Artist and art critic Christopher Hutchinson looks at the work of encaustic artist Michael David in CT’s column Postcolonial Thoughts: Critique of Michael David’s “The One-Eyed Turtle and the Floating Sandalwood Log.”