by Gina Evers '05
I offer my weight again to the old pine —
the soles of my feet remember us here,
by Joan Segil Holleb '80
Joan Segil Holleb ’80, a full-time artist based in Highland Park, Illinois, has been working recently on copper. “I bend, fold, and mutilate it,” she says, “and then use chemicals to create a patina, giving the sense that it is old scrap metal. I then paint my images in oil on top of the patinas. I am trying to create a sense of...
by Elizabeth Weismantel Sciola '00, M.S. 01'
Elizabeth “Lisa” Weismantel Sciola ’00, M.S. ’01, lives in New Hampshire, where she works as an outpatient orthopedic physical therapist specializing in dance. She is just starting to focus on photography as a hobby; this photo was taken at her first night photo shoot.