John Hawkhead has used haiga, photo-haiku and free art to present his haiku
Nika . . .
More of Sandi’s work reveals a penchant for crossroads and angles . . .
an’ya honors the late Ed Baker with this collaborative memoir . . .
Debbie uses several media approaches in her haiga practice, not that common . . .
Guy’s work is like no one else’s, as his second gallery with us attests . . .
Ellen’s unique approach to haiga makes her work instantly recognizable . . .
Marlene’s work has always been most strongly inflected by her art school background . . .
Dian is as accomplished a writer as she is a painter . . .
Ordanić and Šamec feature wide-flung destinations in their photo haiku . . .
More wide-ranging photo haiku from these Croatian collaborators . . .
Haiga inspired by Toni’s book on the Holocaust, Auschwitz e simile . . .
More of Toni’s photo haiku drawn from the modern condition . . .
Corine’s playful use of animal poems and images is a feature of many of her best haiga . . .
Richard transformed his mastery of photography into a personal photo haiku art . . .
Diane’s photo haiku show a special affinity for animal presence and jouissance . . .
Wolfgang and Anne-Dore extend their partnership into their collaboration in photo haiku . . .
The photo haiku and haiga of Debbie Strange have won numerous awards around the world . . .
Jean’s photo haiku feature especially tactile surfaces and gnomic tracings . . .
Toni’s photos often feature the waters surrounding his native Trieste . . .