Geoffrey Stein Updated

Inked silhouette of Trump on Stop sign
 

                                                              I paint to find out what I think about the world; to discover the things I do not have words for. With collage, I love the randomness of the snippets of text and photographs appearing and disappearing that becomes the subject’s likeness. Even as photos and text become part of the pattern of lights and dark that create a coherent likeness, they also retain their … Continue reading Geoffrey Stein Updated

Geoffrey Stein: Revealing The Seen and Unseen


 

    Geoffrey Stein, intrigued with “the seen and unseen,” employs paint and collage to reveal portraits of power and vulnerability. “I paint to find out what I think about the world; to discover the things I do not have words for. I savor the slips of the hand that express one’s unconscious feelings about the person being painted. I am interested in the conversation between abstraction and realism,” says New York artist Stein. “I do not want to make an academic copy of the model or a photo realistic illustration. My paintings explore the … Continue reading Geoffrey Stein: Revealing The Seen and Unseen

Past Issues


 

Issue no.32, Winter 2020 Poetry: Robin Ray, Claire Scott, James Miller, Barb Reynolds, Jose Oseguera, Jacqueline Henry, Kevin Pilkington, J.R. Solonche, Frank William Finney, Martha Snell, Greg Luce, Sharon Hostler, Nate Braeuer Fiction: Anita Lekic, Ali Curtis, Cécile Barlier Essay/Memoir: Michael Olenick, Margaret Erhart, Anthony J. Mohr, Tom Coates Art: Darrell Black Podcast: Come and Get My Gun Issue no. 31, Fall 2019 Streetlight‘s Short Fiction Contest: 1st Bill Bruce, 2nd Julia Ballerini, 3rd K.E. Ogden Poetry: Priscilla Melchior, Lance Lee, Joanna Lee, Barbara Tifft, Marsha Owens, Ronald Stottlemyer, Elizabeth Dingmann Schneider, Ivana Vukovic Soraya, … Continue reading Past Issues