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Caroline Tavelli-Abar: Snow Squall Sirens broke the stillness Warning Repeatedly of upcoming Mayhem Winds picked up Snow flakes turned into a dizzying dance Slowly breathing stabilized Leaving pristine views A ray of sun Against blue sky Solidarity and Hope Unite
Caroline Tavelli-Abar: Love like life Offers odd Nuances Granting the Innocent Night vision Galore
Janet Starr: Poppy Tote
Susan Sandman: Sarah, my granddaughter, age 5 (graphite)
Susan Sandman: It takes a village, Kandinsky and I art cartoons (ink, paper)
Janet Van Fleet: From Day 1 post — panels from Daily Diary project, 1996-7
Janet Van Fleet: From Day 10 post — Circular Statements with shadow
Orah Moore: March 9, Trent, masked
Orah Moore: March 9, Trent, unmasked
Nicola Morris: Still Life
Nicola Morris: Floater Crosses the Horizon
Deborah Dwyer: Full Bowl
Deborah Dwyer: Walking through the Pandemic
Susan Winslow: Wait
Susan Winslow: Bette Davis 42-cent stamp wears a Navajo necklace 2-cent stamp.
Deborah Sigel: Little beaver, do you need to go?
Deborah Sigel: The little beaver swims down into the lake. Where is the little beaver heading so quickly?
Anne Davis: The bath
Anne Davis: Sea shore
Ginger Nickerson: Fish
Ginger Nickerson: Bursting
David Klein: “It’s icy out there”
David Klein: Sledding with Beanie
Angela Grace: Parenting is brave / both to have and also be / best to birth yourself.
Angela Grace: Haiku lights my soul / life is still showing its face / I can still hide mine.
Diane Sophrin: World As Collage Day 1 – Recto & Verso. 2022
Diane Sophrin: World As Collage Day 4 – Recto & Verso. 2022
Rachel Walker Cogbill: Blue Cohosh
Rachel Walker Cogbill: Mullein
Darwin Melchiorre: First Death
Darwin Melchiorre: Father Earth
Ruth Coppersmith: Faded Lily
Alexandra Noyes: A wise person never laughs aloud at turkeys
Ilene Elliott: Firelight: A ball of fierce fire / Bringing light into darkness / Morning horizon
Anne Cummings: Jay Peak – View from East Berkshire, #1 in Carbon Footprint Portraits of Vermont Mountains
Loring Starr: A card for a friend. Image is a photo I took last March; the poem inside is “When I Am Among the Trees,” by Mary Oliver
Loring Starr: Inside design of the trees card
Larry Bowling: John Trudell and The True History Of Broken Promises, Broken Bodies, and Broken Spirits
Larry Bowling: Blaming The Innocent
Annie Wattles: All in a Week
Pamela Wison: Receiving Blanket #6, Black walnut-dyed cotton warp with avocado dyed silk and wool weft, supplementary weft of handspun Churro, alpaca and pernambuco-dyed wool
Pamela Wison: Weaving the header for the next receiving blanket of handspun Clun Forest wool
Amy Handy: Survival
Amy Ehrlich: Sumac on the Winooski
Amy Ehrlich: Max in Hollywood
Eleanor Eowyn Witte
Eleanor Eowyn Witte
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Margaret Blanchard, Nancy Gore, Ros Cordiner, Elizabeth W Robechek, Linzy Lyne, Sarah E. Franklin, Kathryn Davis, Jane E Wohl, Twink Lester, Alexandra Noyes, Susan Ritz, Annie Wattles, R.D. Eno, Amy Handy, Jim Rader
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Ruth Coppersmith, Susan Reid