Our December Story Starter features an inspiring work by Cheryl Andrews.
To enter, write a short piece (100 words maximum) inspired by the art featured below. It can be any form of writing (poetry, prose, dialogue, haiku, etc.) as long as it is original. Submit your entry in the comment section below. Check the full entry rules and format here.
Introducing our December inspiration piece:
About The Artist, Cheryl Andrews:
I live in paradise, a forest of towering white pines in Ontario’s Rainbow Country. My studio looks out onto the visually stunning shoreline of one of the region’s numerous lakes.
The desire to create imagery that conveys a respectful mindfulness of the natural world around me has been a life-long artistic adventure involving many different forms of media.
But, photography, a particularly evocative art form in my estimation, has been the creative constant since my teen years. When making photographs I’m always chasing after that elusive and intimate interplay between light and the absence of it.
This passion for creative expression through the visual and literary arts continues to grow and evolve.
Most recent photo exhibits included Innisfil and Seguin, and three pieces currently form part of a Georgian Bay themed installation in Parry Sound.
Writing Blog: cherylandrews
Photo Blog: jpgmag.com
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