Artwork by Howard Skrill


The following are works from the Anna Pierrepont Series, which is is an exploration in words and pictures of public statuary throughout New York City that maroon the past in the present.


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Howard Skrill is an artist, and art professor at St. Francis College and Essex College in Newark, NJ. He lives with his wife and one of his two adult sons in Brooklyn. His work has exhibited from St. Francis College, Bronx Community College, the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis, Wheaton College and Holy Family University. He has also shown at the Safe-T gallery and the Kumon pop up space in Brooklyn and Chashama in Manhattan. His pictorial essays and other works have appeared in Newfound: Art and Place, Red Savina Review, Assisi, the Columbia Journal, Average Art [UK), Streetlight and pending publication in War, Literature and the Arts and Districtlit.

“He Realized the City was an Abstraction” by W. Jack Savage


Editor’s Note: “He Realized that the City was an Abstraction” was originally published at Gnarled Oak Magazine.

W. Jack Savage is a retired broadcaster and educator. He is the author of seven books including Imagination: The Art of W. Jack Savage(  To date, more than fifty of Jack’s short stories and over eight-hundred of his paintings and drawings have been published worldwide. Jack and his wife Kathy live in Monrovia, California.

“Barcelona” by Menesse Wall


Meneese Wall’s graphic poster art showcases man’s footprint on our planet along with the implications of our daily choices to change our experiences of life. Through artwork that incorporates jocularity, parody, satire, and/or social commentary, Wall’s posters spotlight today’s truths and suggest ideas we each can implement to make a difference. More of Wall’s creative dexterity can be seen on her website


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