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Featured Artist: Andrea D’Aquino
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum chatted with this issue’s featured artist, Andrea D’Aquino, about creativity and silence, her affinity for collage, and more
Featured Artist: Estée Preda
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum talked with this issue’s featured artist, Estée Preda, about winters in Québec, her past life filming snowboarding movies, and much more.
Featured Artist: Lucy Campbell
We spoke with Lucy Campbell about Northern influences, diversity, and her possible future as a tattoo artist.
Featured Artist: Kim Ferreira
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with New Hampshire-based artist Kim Ferreira about foxes and racoons, happy paintings, phonographs, and more.
Featured Artist: Flora Bowley
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum and Portland-based artist Flora Bowley spoke about teaching, the link between creativity and intuition, and how limitations can create freedom.
Featured Artist: Shelley Kommers
S&H Editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with Los Angeles-based artist Shelley Kommers about mandalas, the colors pink and green, and working with gold leaf.
Featured Artist: Alena Hennessy
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with North Carolina–based artist Alena Hennessy about her favorite color, describing the painting process in words, and finding a personal style.
Featured Artist: Jess Polanshek
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with artist Jess Polanshek about drawing porcupines, working at an art supply store, and embracing layers.
Featured Artist: Leila Rose Fanner
South African artist Leila Rose Fanner talks about symmetry, race, getting in flow, and more. Look for illustrations from Leila throughout the January/February 2022 issue.
Featured Artist: Tracy Verdugo
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with Australian artist Tracy Verdugo about evolution, Embracing the Contrast, and taking a break from color.
Featured Artist: Lisa Muller
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with Philadelphia-based Lisa Muller about plateaus, process, and avoiding preciousness.
Featured Artist: Diana Sudyka
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with Diana Sudyka about taxidermy, clayboard, and combining words and images. Look for her art throughout the January/February 2023 issue.
Featured Artist: Duy Huynh
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with Charlotte-based artist Duy Huynh about memory, graphic novels, and being an immigrant and artist.
Featured Artist: Katherine Dunn
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with Maine-based artist Katherine Dunn about hauling animals across the country—and much more. Look for her art throughout the issue.
Featured Artist: Alexandra Eldridge
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with Santa Fe-based artist Alexandra Eldridge about intuition, illustrating the tarot deck, and the importance of trusting yourself.
Featured Artist: Erin Robinson
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with Brooklyn-based artist Erin Robinson about the corporate world, digital art, and her evolution as an illustrator.
Featured Artist: Jennifer Davis
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum talked with Minneapolis-based artist Jennifer Davis about pink, whimsy, flow, and more.
Featured Artist Deedee Cheriel
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum chatted with Deedee about her spiritual journey and how it intersects with her art, simplicity, and why images of mothers are so important to her.
Featured Artist: Mary Alayne Thomas
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum talked with Portland-based artist Mary Alayne Thomas about Santa Fe, moodiness, querencia, and more.
Featured Artist: Carmen García Gordillo
With an assist from Google Translate, S&H editor Ben Nussbaum and Spanish artist Carmen García Gordillo discussed dreams, snakes, yoga, and much more.
Featured Artist: Adrian Landon Brooks
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with Wimberley, Texas-based Adrian Landon Brooks about living in the country, “painting on weird objects,” geometric patterns, and more.
Artists - September/October 2018
Summary of artists featured in the September/October 2018 issue.
Artists: July/August 2018
Summary of artists featured in the July/August 2018 issue.
Artists: November/December 2018
Summary of artists featured in the November/December 2018 issue.
Be The Change Award: Katherine Dunn & Apifera Farm
“Apifera Farm is not so much a place as it is my intention to the world,” says Katherine Dunn, an artist who has been featured in S&H and a farmer who is now devoted to incorporati…
Andrea Scher is an artist, blogger, podcaster, photographer, and online workshop teacher, driven by her belief in the transformative power of creativity. Her writing and photograph…
Podcast: Morgan Harper Nichols, Peace Is a Practice
Mixed-media artist, musician, and autism advocate Morgan Harper Nichols explores naming your fears and struggles, the artistic process, and navigating life and art with autism.
Contributors - November/December 2018
Contributors to our September/October 2018 issue: Kevin Anderson PhD, Julia Cameron, Deborah Gordon MD, Alena Hennessy, Erik Sean Larson, Hal Robinson
Why a Creative Retreat Is Good for You
S&H’s Creative Director sets off for Squam Lake and discovers the joy of retreat.
A Changing Spirituality & Health
A (slightly) new direction for S&H involves a lot of familiar names and faces.
Explore the Power of Stories at the 2020 Festival of Faiths
“A diverse lineup of speakers and artists will explore the power of stories to transform, to inspire and to heal individuals and communities.”
Experience the Jewish Renewal Movement with Music
Kallah 2018 is a "gathering of the sparks" celebrating Aleph's transdenominational identity
Music Review: Patty Griffin
Patty Griffin's latest album contains 13 songs of self-reflection, spiritual attunement, and social awareness.
From the Editor
The letter from the editor kicks off each issue and helps set the tone for the magazine. Over the next few issues, members of the S&H team will be writing the letter. In this issue, our Creative Director Sandra Salamony explores the world of the birds and the bees.
Contributors to our July/August 2018 issue: Kelly Boys, Sandra Dieckmann, Stephanie Ludwig PhD, Jan Phillips, Parker J. Palmer PhD, and Kazuaki Tanahashi
Contributors: March/April 2019
Contributors: March/April 2019 - Joan D. Chittister OSB, Cal Newport PhD, Julia Plevin, Marilyn Schlitz PhD, Mirabai Starr, Tracy Verdugo
God Is Not a Christian, Nor a Jew, Muslim, Hindu
God is Not a Christian, Nor a Jew, Muslim, Hindu: God Dwells in Us, Around Us, as UsBy Bishop Carlton PearsonBishop Carlton Pearson dares to openly ask the questions that many Chri…
Contributors - September / October
Contributors to our September/October 2018 issue: Amber Bodily, Mirabai Bush, Ram Dass, Katherine Dunn, Stephanie Ludwig PhD, Zainab Salbi
Contributors January/February 2019
Contributors January/February 2019 - Adyashanti, Mary Bemis, Stephen Blackmer, Ellen Rooney, Bob Scott and Gabby Cudjoe Wilkes.
Catching Up With Macy Gray
Macy Gray talks with S&H about creating real change with her mental health initiative.
10 Online Pride Events to Enjoy From the Comfort of Your Home
It's Pride Week! Here are some ways to connect with and celebrate the LGBTQ+ community.
The Blessings of Being an Animal Caretaker
What lessons can be learned from a dying rescue duck? An animal caretaker offers her wisdom.
Jennifer Rothschild: Finding Light in the Darkness
Rather than limit Jennifer, blindness opened the door to a tapestry of achievements.
Matthew Ash McKernan Shows Us the Web of Wyrd
What is wyrd, and how can we understand its warp and weft to navigate life more skillfully? Therapist and author Matthew Ash McKernan shares wisdom.