Editor’s Note

 /   /  By Emma Birches
Stone Soup Magazine
April 2019

By Emma Wood

It’s spring! The season of blooming flowers, blue skies, and baby birds cheeping in their nests. So, in this issue, in honor of spring, I wanted to celebrate the visual in all of its mediums. In addition to the romantic Parisian painting, with its dreamy golds, pinks, and blues, that graces our cover, this issue features: a painting with a paper boat literally pulling the piece into three dimensions; a painted figurine that includes an ancient Chinese poem about spring; a portfolio of stylistically bold, bright landscapes; and a traditional paper collage with a dark twist. The quality and variety of the art submissions we receive and publish in Stone Soup never ceases to amaze me; I hope you will leave this issue inspired not only by the writing but by the visual art—in all of its forms.

Enjoy the April showers!

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