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Sara Hupas

When someone mentions the colour yellow, one of the things that comes to mind might be the Yellow Brick Road. This association is likewise evoked by the works of Sara Hupas. Sara Hupas is the Gold Artist of the ArtAscent Yellow call for artists. To see the full body of work and profile, get a […]

Joyce Fox

Liquid Sunshine A bright yellow kitchen was something I had always dreamed of having. I knew it would look cheerful and give the impression of being filled with liquid sunshine. My first husband could well afford to have our kitchen redecorated but he preferred it the way the previous owner left it so that was […]

Suzanne Michele Reeves

Yellow is typically associated with sun and light. But there’s also the ‘dark’ side of the colour that connects it to the disintegration of inner balance. It is the signal of alarm that artist Suzanna Michele Reeves embodies in her pieces. Suzanne Michele Reeves is the Silver Artist of the ArtAscent Yellow call for artists. […]

Carla Cosenza Mormile

Using her digital photographs to explore the role of colour in a variety of ways, Carla Cosenza Mormile’s recent series, which includes Yellow Pants, Bambina, and Surprise, transforms views of the everyday world into experimental documents of form and colour. Carla Cosenza Mormile is the Bronze Artist of the ArtAscent Yellow call for artists. To […]

Krystle Vermes

Number 144 ”I don’t know what to tell you,” he said. “But you’re dead. As dead as a doornail.” She looked around the room, her eyes squinting at the yellow paint that adorned the walls. “I just didn’t think heaven would look like this,” she said… Distinguished Writer of the ArtAscent Yellow call for entry. […]

Cynthia Gallaher

After “The Kiss” by Gustav Klimt 1907-08 Dark rectangles of compartmentalized past become part of life’s crazy quilt… Distinguished Writer of the ArtAscent Yellow call for entry. To see the full body of work, grab a copy of the ArtAscent Art & Literature Journal Yellow issue. https://bit.ly/swimmerpoet

Ursula Beaumont

The Leap My love of flying grew from this: The rope slung in a “U” from side of the big top roof to the other. The man stepping in, pushing it to a “V” and the rope itself sheathed in cotton, thick and supple… Distinguished Writer of the ArtAscent Yellow call for entry. To see […]

Christopher O’Meara

To Those Who Wait Stephanie Vale wasn’t in a hurry, this opportunity was priceless. Her sedan illegally parked a block away would beg to differ. She told herself it was worth every penny, every parking ticket… Distinguished Writer of the ArtAscent Yellow call for entry. To see the full body of work, grab a copy […]