Look quickly or from far away, and you’ll imagine that this cover of The Southern Review features one of those energy-saving light bulb, but this is what you thought, I encourage you to look closer. The art is done with polyester resin and Philips circular fluorescent tube lighting by Bernardi Roig, titled Pierrot le fou.
Under the Gum Tree
‘s current issue cover is by Jane Ryder, “an artist whose chosen medium is paint, and the current inspiration for her gouache paintings can be found in the lakes, rivers, prairies and forests of south central Iowa.”
‘s Spring 2014 issue has beautiful colors. Joan Snyder’s Cherry Fall
, 1995 is made with oil, acrylic, herbs, and cloth on linen.