Visual Art by Peter Kahn

PETER KAHN lives on a small farm in southeaster Wisconsin. He spend most of his time guarding the bird feeder with a pellet gun, otherwise writing, painting, or taking pictures.

1. Hanging Out & Hanging On, photo, 3000×4000 pixels, 2018

2. Nova’s Bedroom, photo, 4000×3000 pixels, 2018

3. Prick, photo, 4000×3000 pixels, 2018

4. Shadow of the Virgin, photo, 4000×3000 pixels, 2018

5. She’s Like Natural Music Any Way She Moves, photo, 4000×3000 pixels, 2018

 

Spoken Word by Cynthia Morrison

CYNTHIA MORRISON resides within the Bermuda Triangle. She is a writer and an award-winning playwright with theatrical works featured Off-Broadway in New York City. She is also a graduate of the Burt Reynolds Institute. Her stage play “Words with a Mummy” is published inside “21st Century Literature from the Philippines and the World” as a textbook lesson in “adaptation of a play from literature”

Gladiator

 

Visual Art by Natalie Girsberger

NAT GIRSBERGER is a Swiss visual artist based in Brooklyn, New York. She collaborates with her unconscious to explore deep layers of being through collage. Girsberger adventures into the infinity of her psyche, breaking the structures that externally limit her inner vastness, creating new worlds that suit it. Her most recent exhibits include her solo show at Ivy Brown Gallery in Chelsea called ‘Transient Terrain,’ and shows at The Living Gallery Outpost, Carrie Able Gallery, 301 Studio.

 

Not What I Expected, Collage on Paper, 2017, 8×11

 

Drop Down, Collage on Paper, 2017, 8×6

 

Tune In, Collage on Paper, 2018, 6×9

 

Road Trip, Collage on Paper, 2017, 7×12

 

Realm of Nightmares, Digital Collage, 2018

 

Cosmic Drifters, Collage on Paper, 2017, 8×6

Throw Away Your Television

That day when our minds roam free,

We began to live without agenda.

That beautiful release for you and me,

We can all flourish in beautiful hacienda.

Where we do not live by another decree,

And we can relax in peace.

Outgrow our nervous nature,

And we will find peace of mind,

As far as can be seen

Not a worry is in sight,

And not one involuntary notion,

Not a single distraction from divine delight.”

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