Tag Archive: Rendered Networks

Apr 14

Getting to know….Isola Jones

Getting to know…Isola Jones Journey to the MET Written by:  Linda A. Jaussi Many great artists and musicians have lived on this earth since time has been measured.  Each brings their own unique beautiful talent to brighten and uplift our lives.  In my conversations with them, they all have faced some difficulty or have come …

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Feb 22

The Arizona Music Show

The Arizona Music Show is a new reality program that focuses on the trials and tribulations of a small musical instrument repair/retail shop located in Arizona-USA. One of the focuses of the program is to cover the daily operations of 2 stores owned by Russell Steele.  While each store AZ MUSIC (Phoenix, AZ), and AZ …

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Dec 25

The Blank Canvas Award ®

Closing out 2009 I as an editor for Inkless Magazine wanted to do something special, to rededicate to the idea that Inkless Magazine was created to support the arts and entertainment communities. Due to economic changes, federal cuts, and downsized grants, it is obvious to all of us that art itself was the first to …

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Sep 03

Why I Pray

by Rosemarie Dombrowski Ph.D. I like to consider myself a poet, but I’m painfully aware that I’m not a Poet.  Instead, I recognize that my primary vocation is conduit, a vessel through which the genius of the past is transmitted.  I consider this role an honor, a gift, something I approach with the utmost conviction.  …

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Sep 02

From the song “Dream Makers:”

written by Peggy Finston. The dreams we fashion, can feed our passions, We struggle to make them so. The ones most cherished, can make us perish, We struggle to let them go. The Southwest skies, with the sweep of infinite horizons, are like soul-ceilings.  When I look up, they seem to say “anything is possible.”   …

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Aug 04

Catching The Last Light

In this minisode of Into The Paint we are proud to introduce you to Caroline Linscott.  With over twenty years of working with water color painting Caroline has shared with us the meaning behind the title of her work “Catching The Last Light”. With a strong connection to her work(s), Caroline has captured many imaginations …

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Aug 03

Spirit

Submitted by Roxanne Alvarado We go far beyond flesh and bone, we aren’t only human.  We can help what we do and say to others, we are not possessed; we just act stupid on our own. We can make a difference; we can change on our own.  We can save the world if we try.  …

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Aug 03

Poetry is dead (or is it)?

Submitted by Rosemarie Dombrowski, Ph.D. The Battle between Image and Word: Why Poetry Died and How we Might Resuscitate it (one reader at a time) Poetry is dead.  Poetry is elitist.  Poetry is inaccessible, difficult, born out of sadness. Despite what the mainstream continues to claim, so many ordinary things – things we accept and …

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Jul 03

Pupils and Publications

Submitted by Rosemarie Dombrowski, Ph.D A few weeks ago, it landed in my lap.  I was surprised by its benign appearance, the three staples that bind it together despite its thickness.  The cover, which is merely an 8.5 x 11 sheet of standard copy paper, displays the title in 48 point font.  Its contents are …

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Jul 03

Rosemarie Dombrowski, Ph.D

Welcome to our next installment in our mini series of Live Poetry Performances.  In this issue we are excited to introduce you to Rosemarie Dombrowski, Ph.D. Regular readers of InklessMagazine.com would be familiar with her ongoing article called Articles Of Poetry in the “Poetry” section of this magazine. In this issue of Inkless Magazine, you …

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