Our second issue, with the theme of water, will come out November 30th. It features the work of Mohammed Alhouti, Laura Bourdo, Jane Chance, Doug Croft, Cynthia Gallaher, Sheila Katz, Jim Landwehr, Kelly Ledsinger, Katherine McDaniel, JT Morse, Michelle Neumann, Vasilios Papaioannu, Ranger, W.E. Pasquini, Melissa Rendlen, Alicia Robichaud, Alec Solomita, Catherine Vance, Marshall Woodward and Jonathan Yungkans.
Synchronicity is a term coined by Carl Jung that refers to “the simultaneous occurrence of events which appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection”. This makes our focus eclectic, but we do have subjects that we favor:
The arts and creativity, the intersection of art and science, nature, social justice (pro feminism, pro GLBTQ+, pro Black Lives Matter and support for any opportunity to promote equality and respect across the lines of gender, ethnicity, culture, religion and economic status), mythology and storytelling, imagination and fantasy, dreams and their imagery, and personal and collaborative expression.