Entries by ArtAscent

Leslie Carpenter-Holt

The very first (and perhaps most banal) association with white that pops into one’s mind is snow. Thus, sometimes this color gets a slightly melancholic flavor. However, photographs of Leslie Carpenter-Holt challenge the stereotypical association of winter with a cold void. Leslie Carpenter-Holt is the Gold Artist of the ArtAscent White call for artists. To […]

Manny Veiga

Getting Away With It I’m wearing green-tinted sunglasses as I shove my way through the crowded square. It makes the world around me look even hotter than it feels. The crowd is a hornet’s nest of flailing arms and shaking fists. It’s not just the heat that has people stirred up… In Getting Away With […]

Stephanie Lenchard-Warren (aka SLW)

From the point of view of physics, white is the unrefracted integrity of all colours. Roughly speaking, it is a fusion of all tints, and Stephanie Lenchard-Warren sees it as an accurate visual metaphor for expressing the integrity of the world. Stephanie Lenchard-Warren is the Silver Artist of the ArtAscent White call for artists. To […]

Sara Hupas

Embracing the dual versatility and volatility of the colour and dimensionality of all that is white, mixed media artist Sara Hupas transforms non-woven fabric in dazzling visual cycles like From Calm Water to Rough Sea, Disclosed, and Wave. Sara Hupas is the Bronze Artist of the ArtAscent White call for artists. To see the full […]

Rich DiSilvio

Glorious White There I was, riding with my new gold Schwinn bike, with its cool banana seat, white I got for my tenth birthday, all smiles, while my friends looked on with awe. It was my first taste of speed and freedom. What a day! Afterwards, we gathered at my house before of new Zenith […]

Darcy Smith

Skate Me a River River ice holds most anything Ma’s station wagon, Dad’s tractor, the nasty vacuum, your bed, a barge bound to break the mountain of its sheet. You know it… Distinguished Writer of the ArtAscent White call for entry. To see the full body of work, grab a copy of the ArtAscent Art […]

Theresa Gage

Snowy Night Stark quiet, Then ever so softly, A snowflake whispered its descent And graced my cheek with a feathery kiss… Distinguished Writer of the ArtAscent White call for entry. To see the full body of work, grab a copy of the ArtAscent Art & Literature Journal White issue. www.clawingmywayin.wordpress.com

Krystle Vermes

AM/FM The whitest snow she had ever seen continued to fall outside the window. It blanketed everything it touched, creating almost an apocalyptic scene as they watched from inside of the cabin. “How are we going to get out of here?” she asked him, slightly more than an hour since the last time she had […]