Issue 7 – Images
Wendy McCloud is an instructor/program manager in the UAMS Office of Interprofessional Education. She took this photo in the Nagano Snow Monkey Park (Jigokudani Yaen Koen) in Japan – with her camera phone. “It was a long, uphill hike in super gross weather, but totally worth it.”
As an artist, much of my work is inspired by my everyday environment. This could range between items found around my home or current events, music, etc. I then attempt to translate those objects or ideals from my chosen media for a unique experience.
Vase with Flowers
I have really enjoyed the painting class over the last several months [at UAMS]. The instructor is very helpful and innovative in teaching the various types of paintings and methods available. I am doing something I never believed I could do and enjoy.
Green and Blue Ball
This painting was part of an exercise on light and shadow. We were asked to determine an imaginary light source and paint the appropriate shadow that would be cast.
I created this sculpture using as a model my first toy that was given to me by my parents when I was a baby. An angel who accompanied me in life, helping me in difficulties and guiding me towards God. He stayed by her side and helped me face the most complex and difficult moments.
Breakfast on a Snowy Morning
David Goff is a retired teacher and financial aid director of a small college in Paragould, Arkansas. He loves canoeing, backpacking, and feeding the horses over his backyard fence.