July–August 2017

by Lorie Lee AndrewsEarth Angels

by Lorie Lee Andrews
copper plate etching with watercolor
Indianapolis-based artist Lorie Lee Andrews is creatively inspired by her love of nature and motivated by environmental causes. A printmaker and mixed media artist, Lorie Lee will exhibit new works in the show Forest Bathing at the Harrison Center for the Arts, 1505 N. Delaware St., Indianapolis. The opening from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 4, benefits the Indiana Forest Alliance in their work to preserve our state’s natural spaces. Lorie Lee graduated from Herron School of Art and Design, works from Studio 79 at the Harrison Center, and also shows her work with the 67th Street Printmakers.

 
CONTENTS
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Trees, Joy, and Grief
A meditation on logging.
JULIE JAMES
Mecca for Trails
Indiana embraces linear parks.
THOMAS P. HEALY
Moon of Ripening Corn
Warm recollections of life in transition.
JEANNE MELCHIOR
Blue Heron Tanka
A poem.
JOYCE BRINKMAN
Our Earth, Our Home
Add beauty to our environment and joy to our lives.
DIANA J. ENSIGN
Healing Our Planet
Nourishing our most sacred relationship.
ROSE MARY O’MALLEY
Summer Observations
A poem.
FREDERICK MICHAELS
Keepers of the Bees
IU pitches in to save the honey bee.
KEVIN FRYLING, STEVE HINNEFELD, and APRIL TOLER
Growth
A poem.
BRIANNE BOWMAN
Mind in the Forest
A revelation of the inwardness of things.
SCOTT RUSSELL SANDERS

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