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  • Neil Pankler preserves scenes from far-off landscapes and a traveling circus in entrancing black and white photographs

  • This is your space! Submit your art, visual or written, to editors@moonshineink.com, along with contact info, brief bio, and a byline so you get credit for your masterpieces.

  • Dan Alvey shares his unique perspective on the local landscape with images of star trails, rising fog, and aerial silks.

  • Clare Foster's raw and honest piece that shares her experiences dealing with, and beating, breast cancer

  • From hiking with friends to waiting for the sun to rise, Hale Irwin incorporates his adventurous spirit into creating photographs that capture the extremely epic vibe of Tahoe

  • Jackie McKinney shares a personal story of how yoga in the buff, behind closed doors, has boosted her self-confidence.

  • Molly Allen’s sculpture work explores themes of the subconscious, human form, water, and anthropomorphism.

  • Truckee native Aaron Oropeza weaves together words, places, and emotions in an eclectic collection of five poems.

  • Incline resident Ronnie Rector's watercolors feature animals of all sizes, from cats to bears.

  • Photographer Daniel Nylen won the grand prize for his diverse images of the Tahoe landscape. The runner-up was an acrylic painting of Donner Lake by Matthew Osgood. Derrick Ament received honorable mention for his photo series of sunsets and snowy rocks on Lake Tahoe.

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August 10, 2017