Editor's Note Vol 3: Iss 2

When I think of the contributions in this issue, the thought that comes to mind is reflection. The written pieces tell stories of life moving forward and stories reflecting on life past; stories of pain and suffering and of letting go of too much too soon; the reflection of the life of a beloved parent, an addict, and those contemplating retirement—even a story of the serendipity of the unexpected desire for a shot of tequila.

The visual art pieces highlight the hands of a surgeon, the hands of an athlete, and the "hands" of an eagle; a shoulder series, and an inviting autumn day.

—Max McMillen, ELS

Autumn Colors

Artwork, Volume 3; Issue 2

Autumn Colors

36”x24”
oil on canvas

Opening the door to see the vibrant autumn hues of orange, red, and yellow. With painting, I like to explore and display the vast beauty and mystery that surrounds us. I just have to open the door and there it is.

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