Your Canvas

Your art, poetry, short essays, or photos. Submit to editors@moonshineink.com.

Dennis Color 1960

 

Experience the art of Dennis James, who gathers his inspiration from his Husky and the outdoors.

Wild Hair Welding

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.

The Art of Doing Radical

Through her fun, colorful paintings and prints Hannah Eddy creates abstract landscapes and dream scenes. She hopes to encourage an appreciation of our planet, getting out of the box, and for not taking life too seriously.

Memories Uncovered

1960 Squaw Olympics photos found with XXIII games right around the corner.

Joy Bot

Jill Stevenson, art teacher at Sierra Expeditionary Learning School, took students and staff through a Joy Bot creative exploration.

Wildly Goods

Hawk & Field is handmade jewelry and small batch apothecary made with intention, a sweet nod to soul, and a whole lotta love

Colorful Creatures

Reid jokes that her artwork doesn’t have a super-deep meaning or depict anything that the highbrow art world might talk about — she thinks it just kinda feels good. She couples her strong sense of color with her connection to animals and our natural world when creating her pieces.

Fine Art of the Sierra

Abigail Penfold is currently focusing on commissions, murals, oil paintings, and, most recently, pyrography (wood burnings).

Urban Sketching

Ruth Jaeger sketches anywhere she can: Cafés, restaurants, meetings, the doctor’s office, airports — all places where she is surrounded by people and potential unwitting models.

Weddings Captured in Live Painting

Talia Koval is hired to live paint at people’s weddings. She transforms the magic of life’s sweetest moments into vibrant paintings — live and on location. Here are some examples of her work.

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The Soulful Saxophone

Appetite for Destruction

Trash Talk