Collaborative haiga features the creative input of more than one perspective, leading to quite different sensibilities in concert
The Librarian’s Cache - THF Haiga Resources
Mona Bedi ’s haiga feature a variety of media . . .
Shilpa Bharti brings a calligraphic approach to her haiga
Elizabeth Crocket finds a unique approach to haiga
Ram Chandran Sundararajan shares his photo haiku with the THF audience
Robert’s work features a consideration of the commonalities of the species . . .
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 . . .
Ellen’s unique approach to haiga makes her art utterly distinctive
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 . . .