Despite the many challenges The Pangolin Review staff encountered due to the impact of the Corona virus in India, they managed to get the April issue published. This is certainly a large project for them and to get it done under the difficult circumstances is remarkable.
Read the April 30, 2021 Issue of The Pangolin Review Here.
Below, you will find the invitation to enter YOUR POETRY for the next issue.
Ste-by-step virtual photo tour of Lynda McKinney Lambert’s River Road Studio. Today, she shares how she plans a project and how it begins. Encrusted Bead Work takes weeks or months to make – patience is the key ingredient to success. Lynda has profound sight loss – only 8/200 acuity – her work is created with the help of an Acrobat CCTV. She cannot see the colors or tiny beads, needles and threads she is using. Before her sight loss she worked in painting for many years. She has transformed her ability to paint with brushed, into the unbelievable tiny and precise materials that she works with these days. She is an award winning artist and author who lives in the Village of Wurtemburg, in western PA. Her work has been exhibited world-wide in Europe, Japan, New Guinea and across the US.