Jennifer O'Neill Pickering
Blue Moon Literary & Art Review Issue 8
Jennifer O’Neill Pickering studied art and poetry at S.U.N.Y. Buffalo and received an MA in Studio Art at CSU Sacramento. She is an award winning artist. Her visual art is featured in Moon Mist Valley, 13th Moon, WTF, Poetsexpresso, News&Review, the Sacramento Bee, and other publications. Her art is exhibited at the Fe Gallery, and the Red Dot Gallery and has also exhibited at the Crocker Art Gallery, The Robert Else Gallery, Foundry and at SUNY Buffalo. Contact her at Jenniferartitst@att.net.
Blue Moon Literary & Art Review Issue 7
Born into a family of artists, painting and drawing is literally my first language. I continue to be fascinated with the mysteries of composition and texture. The act of brush to paint, or pencil to paper holds great power for me, which have only continued to deepen over time. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blue Moon Literary & Art Review Issue 5
Sue Reycroft is a graduate from Syracuse University with a Bachelor in Fine Arts focusing on ceramics and sculpture, she has been an artist for the last 30 years. Her work has appeared in several galleries, most recently in the West Indies. Her latest work is primarily devoted to silk paintings and stone carvings. Contact her at email@example.com.
Blue Moon Literary & Art Review Issues 2 and 3
I’ve gathered my vision of Americana from across the country - from my early years in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to working on the family ranch in the Sacramento Valley, and onto urban life in Minneapolis, New York, and the Bay Area. I’ve now settled back in the Central Valley with the hope that sharing my view of the American landscape may help to bring about a conscious effort to preserve the shared heritage of our recent past.
Blue Moon Literary & Art Review Issue 4
Pat Mahony was born in 1951 and graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara with a degree of Bachelor of Arts in Art, with honors, in 1973. Over time her media and subject matter have evolved, but she has maintained her original voice and artistic vision. Her work hovers between abstraction and representation. Saturated tones, lush abstraction and a brevity of brushstrokes suggest an absence of wasted motion.