Bruce Feingold’s haiga emphasize nature, relatedness and being as it resonates on a personal, artistic and spiritual level . . .
an’ya and Richard St. Clair team up to create a gallery inspired by that most American of celebrations, Mardi Gras . . .
American poet Don Baird allows us to see Los Angeles through his eye in these stunning photo haiku from his recent book . . .
Romanian poet Steliana Voicu’s photo haiku are inspired by her love of painting, poetry, Japanese culture, photography and astronomy . . .
Indian poet Mamta Madhavan incorporates vivid imagery into her writings, influenced by nature, mysticism and spirituality . . .
Linda Ludwig second gallery explores the combination of photography and literature to craft her photo haiku . . .
Claudia Brefeld's work in haiku features elements of her profession (biology) and her avocation (photography) . . .
Lavana Kray has been involved with haiga and photo haiku as both an artist and an editor for many years
Barbara Robinette brings the delicacy and panache of watercolor to haiga, something of a rarity . . .
Joshua Eric Williams displays his variety in this eclectic set of haiga . . .
Linda Ludwig explores the combination of photography and literature to craft her photo haiku . . .
Simone Pansolin combines his backgrounds in photography and literature to craft his photo haiku . . .
Stan Rodriguez features his art background to great effect in his haiga . . .
Dian is as accomplished a writer as she is a painter . . .
Mark Meyer brings a scientific mind and training to his practice of haiga
Melanie Alberts’s haiga is a product of her second immersion in the Eastern arts . . .
Hiroyuki Tsuda brings the histories of two haiku traditions to bear on his haiga practice