A Synkroniciti Top Ten List: Most Popular Original Works of 2014

Our second year went by so quickly! Here’s the first look back, featuring our most viewed original art of 2014.

2014 was a great year at synkroniciti. We held two successful Open Mics in the Houston area and saw growth in readership, artistic interaction and community building. We’ve begun to archive original poetry and art, and last week we posted Chapter 1 of Beloved’s Journey, the first novel to be serialized on the site. I am continually surprised and excited at the new developments and turns and awed to see synkroniciti encouraging and changing the lives of people who come in contact with it.

Thank you for being part of all of this and Happy Holidays! I look forward to sharing 2015 with you.

kat

Here are the most viewed works made by synkroniciti and featured on the blog in 2014. Please click on the images to view the blogposts. I look forward to featuring some collaborative pieces next year!

10. Out of the Deep Waters (painting in acrylic)

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9. Nubia’s Shoes (poetry)

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8. Beloved’s Journey, Chapter 1: Beloved (serialized novel)

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7. Germination (painting in craft acrylic)

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6. Cloud (poetry)

© Raymond Shobe with CCLicense

© Raymond Shobe with CCLicense

5. At the Temple of Sinawava on the Virgin River (poetry)

© fortherock with CCLicense

© fortherock with CCLicense

4. Seductive Fruit (painting in craft acrylic)

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3. The Dream of the Green Lady (painting in acrylic)

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2. Yo soy un Corazòn (poetry)

© Jasaya with CCLicense

© Jasaya with CCLicense

1. Metamorphic Fairies (pencil)

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