By Jill Magi
NOV 2019 | Fiction
She went out for bread and on her way she walked past the open doors of the auditorium used for bridal gown, gun, and political conventions. She took some steps back and looked inside at floors being mopped in half circles. The mops like long hair sweeping back and forth leaving trails of water fading quickly under the lights.
By Valentina Di Liscia
OCT 2019 | ArtSeen
That the elements of Elaine Cameron-Weirs works are at once ruggedly utilitarian and impossibly arcane is one of her brilliant conceits.