Can I politely say there’s just something compellingly creepy about this image on the November 2014 issue of Poetry that make it difficult to look away? Considering the image, I think that’s a compliment to the artist’s intention, expressed as well in the title of the work, “Entanglement Practice” (2011) by Lise Haller Baggesen.
East Coast Ink covers reflect the theme of each issue, a visual interpretation that can be both challenging and enjoyable. In issue 4, the editors note: “we explored bridges and connections of all kinds, whether they’re being built or burned.” The next issue: Bones.
The Fall 2014 cover of the online journal When Women Waken features Spirit Dancer, a beautifully flowing painted image by Leah Thompson, who says, “My art is about passion. The subject I choose whether figurative or floral is second to my passion for the application of paint and color.” Read more about Leah here.