Art from FLARE’s Spring 2014 Online Edition

Art from FLARE’s Spring 2014 Online Edition


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“Opus of One” by Dr. Ernest Williamson III

Entrusting Caesar Williamson
“Entrusting Caesar” by Dr. Ernest Williamson III


The Missing Children Williamson
“The Missing Children” by Dr. Ernest Williamson III


Necessity of Embrace
“Necessity of Embrace” by Dr. Ernest Williamson III


Hell Is Not A Surprise Williamson
“Hell Is Not A Surprise” by Dr. Ernest Williamson III


Williamson, an Assistant Professor of English at Allen University, has published over 400 works of poetry and visual art in online and print journals. View more of his work here: www.yessy.com/budicegenius


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“Theme in Red” by Clinton van Inman


Clinton van Inman was born in Walton-on-Thames, England in 1945, graduated from San Diego State University in 1977 with a BA in philosophy, and has been an educator most of his life. Currently he is a high school teacher in the Tampa Bay area where he lives with his wife, Elba.


Untitled
“Untitled” by Alain Valet


Alain Valet was born in 1967 and lives in Belgium. He likes to work with different techniques (China ink, marble painting, wood sculpture, mail art, collage, digital art …), alone or in collaboration with other artists. He is also a poet and philosopher.


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“Ambedo #2″ by Meredith Jarocki


As far as my art career in college is concerned, I started work on painting landscapes but I wanted to explore more in detail those landscapes and locations, which are special to me. I have always created works that reflect organic materials because I find them more enjoyable to render than man-made objects for example. These landscapes in the past led me to my current work exploring driftwood from Driftwood Beach on Jekyll Island, Georgia. I am working on a series that reflects the examination of driftwood in a non-traditional way by highlighting the tragedy and beauty of the seemingly thriving, but lifeless trees with the media of paint and pencil drawings.


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